Advising in dispute avoidance and dispute resolution in the construction, engineering and energy sectors, Andrew’s practice focuses on domestic disputes throughout the construction supply chain and he was recommended as “impressive” in The Legal 500 UK 2013 guide.
Jon specialises in construction and engineering law and has practical on site experience developing his understanding of complex matters. He has also been listed in The Legal 500 UK and Chambers and Partners UK as a recommended construction lawyer.
Specialising in construction, energy and engineering law for most of his career, Jeremy advises on all aspects of projects both in the UK and abroad, from initial procurement and strategic project advice to dispute avoidance and resolution.
Claire specialises in the resolution of both domestic and international construction and engineering disputes that may arise during the life-cycle of a project including those relating to delays, variations, defects, interim payment notices and final account disputes.
Ted advises on a wide range of projects across the construction and energy sector including housing, roads, hospitals, power stations, offshore structures, gas and oil pipelines, chemical process plants and leisure facilities, both in the UK and internationally.
Lucinda’s contentious and non-contentious experience (in-house and in practice) covers standard form and bespoke contracts and the spectrum of issues they raise including contract formation, delay, defects, variations and termination. Lucinda advises employers, main contractors, specialist subcontractors and suppliers about how to avoid, manage and resolve disputes (using litigation, adjudication and ADR as appropriate) throughout the life-cycle of their construction and engineering contracts.
Edward has experience advising on all stages of construction and engineering projects. He has acted for governmental bodies, institutional investors, joint ventures, private developers, contractors, consultants and subcontractors across a wide range of construction, engineering and infrastructure projects.
George has experience of a wide variety of construction and engineering disputes and specialises in all forms of dispute resolution, including court proceedings in the Technology and Construction Court, adjudication, arbitration and mediation.
Mark specialises in advising on domestic and international construction, engineering and infrastructure projects.
Laura has experience in major energy, construction and engineering disputes gained through litigation, arbitration, adjudication and various forms of dispute resolution. She has acted for domestic and international clients, including employers, contractors and subcontractors.
Grace has a range of domestic and international dispute resolution experience involving large construction, infrastructure and energy projects in the Middle-East and Australia.
Ruth has a range of both domestic and international experience in construction and engineering disputes.