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Frédéric heads the construction and arbitration team. He is qualified in English and French law and has extensive experience of the FIDIC forms of contract and their use in civil law jurisdictions.
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Nicholas is a multi jurisdictional lawyer with over twenty years of dedicated experience in advising and representing project participants in the resolution of disputes arising on infrastructure and energy projects across the Asia Pacific, the Middle East, Africa and Australia, including as counsel in international commercial arbitrations.