Practicing engineer and trial lawyer. Began ADR practice in 1989.Author of more than 50 CLE presentations on a wide range of substantive and procedural law and ADR.Adjunct Professor in International Arbitration at the University of Texas School of Law.Member American Board of Trial Advocates, American Law Institute, International Academy of Mediators, National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals, Best Lawyers in America, Texas Super Lawyers
Mediator, Arbitrator, Technical Advisor, and Court Master with a special emphasis on intellectual property disputes, health care disputes and commercial disputes involving technology companies. Blogging about Disputing at www.karlbayer.com/blog
B.A. Elec. Eng., cum laude, Rice University, 1971S.M. Biomedical Eng., Mass. Inst. of Technology, 1973J.D. University of Texas School of Law, 1976Private practice of civil litigation in El Paso and Austin: Legislative Aid in Washington, D.C. and Austin; E.P.A. Staff Attorney in Washington, D.C.