Karah specialises in non-contentious and contentious construction, engineering and infrastructure law.
Having spent ten years in Japan, Karah speaks, reads and writes Japanese and has considerable experience advising major Japanese trading houses and general contractors in connection with large international energy and construction projects. Karah has recently advised Japanese and non-Japanese clients in relation to variations claims submitted for resolution under the HKIAC Domestic Arbitration Rules on a Hong Kong infrastructure project, prepared extension of time and additional cost claims on large Hong Kong government transport project, and advised on specific risks and resolution of delay and costs claims arising under the FIDIC Silver / Yellow / Pink Book contracts for transport projects in Indonesia and Vietnam.
Partner, Co-head of International Arbitration
Dean is a leading arbitration and mediation specialist representing parties in disputes arising out of major infrastructure and energy projects across Asia Pacific and the Middle East.
Paul is head of the TMT practice, and specialises in technology (including telecoms and data protection) and advises clients on both non-contentious issues and disputes.
Bernard specialises in infrastructure transactional projects.