As an emerging leader, Aleesha manages matters as project counsel right through to dispute resolution, with experience in large scale disputes across a range of projects including road, dams, power, rail and infrastructure.
Aleesha regularly advises on broader commercial matters that arise throughout the course of projects and dispute avoidance as well as representing clients in Australian courts, adjudications and alternative dispute resolution processes including dispute resolution boards, mediation, arbitration and structured negotiation.Aleesha has acted in a wide range of complex and large disputes in the Supreme Court of NSW as well as smaller disputes in the District and Local courts of NSW and in the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal for principals, head contractors, subcontractors and consultants.Aleesha's expertise and in particular, her commercial and pragmatic approach to resolving issues, has been gained on a diverse range of projects including road, dams, power, rail and infrastructure through private practice and in house secondments.
Pinsent Masons advises Malaysia-based Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) on first international offshore wind investment
Louise specialises in the infrastructure sector and has experience advising developers and contractors on complex projects, including PPPs, in Australia and the UK. She advises clients on complex tenders for the design, construction and maintenance of projects procured through a wide variety of methodologies.
Sean’s primary expertise is in construction and infrastructure delivery, operation and maintenance. He has over 20 years experience with a broad range of procurement processes and structures in both the public and private sectors, including extensive experience on PPP projects.