Partner, Head of Infrastructure, Head of Asia
With a reputation as leading advisors to the sector, and the capability to advise throughout the project lifecycle, we enable the delivery of infrastructure projects globally.
Richard Laudy discusses how technology and other trends are changing the built environment.
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The next session in our Global Infrastructure Webinar Series will look at how technology and data are increasingly driving and disrupting infrastructure projects. How will infrastructure stakeholders enable more collaboration with technology players and break down barriers to make better use of data, to allow our infrastructure to flourish for the benefit of our global communities.
In the next session of our 2021 UK Breakfast Briefing series, our panel will discuss the latest developments in building safety law.
In this session the panel will discuss the increasing popularity of adjudication as a form of ADR in construction projects in Africa, its adoption by standard form contracts, the prospects for the introduction of regulated adjudication backed by legislation and the challenges to such schemes on the continent.
This session will explore what challenges and opportunities ESG requirements will create in Uganda and the wider East African region.
Electricity networks infrastructure proposals support the UK’s low carbon ambitions
Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has advised premium haircare brand Hairburst on its majority stake sale to sports giant JD Sports.
Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has created, and committed to, the London Data Charter - a statement of intent that organisations, both public and private, can adopt to put data at the heart of solving London’s biggest challenges.
Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has named Michael Watson as its new Head of Climate Change Mitigation and Sustainability team, and appointed former OFGEM General Counsel, Euan McVicar, as Senior Climate Adviser.