Angela advises a wide variety of multi-national companies in respect of all manner of domestic and international alternative dispute resolution and project advisory matters across the lifecycle of major projects in the energy, construction and infrastructure sectors.
Angela is a sought after lawyer with a pragmatic and holistic approach to construction contract management and dispute avoidance / resolution. She acts across major projects both domestically and in the Southern African region in the renewable energy, chemicals, infrastructure, and major commercial construction sectors. She typically advises multi-national principal contractor clients, engineers and developers on day-to-day contract management issues relating to the JBCC, FIDIC, and NEC forms of contract, and the resolution of multi-million ZAR / USD extensions of time, prolongation / disruption and defects, and design related claims through court litigation, arbitration, adjudication (and subsequent enforcement) and alternative dispute resolution.
Angela is also a proud Purpose Ambassador at Pinsent Masons, in respect of which role she assists to ensure the realisation of Pinsent Masons' purpose-led approach to business. She is also a member of the firm's Delay and Claims, JBCC, and Legal Project Management Hubs, and regularly speaks on topical issues affecting the industry.
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