Hinson specialises in contentious construction law and health and safety proceedings.
Before joining the legal profession, Hinson was a quantity surveyor for both developers and contractors.After being admitted as solicitor, Hinson acted in major infrastructure disputes concerning non-possession of site, ground conditions, loss of profit, and liaised with various experts (quantum, programming, geotechnical and diaphragm walling). He has also advised major local building contractors in disputes with the Government concerning non-possession of site, variation orders, extension of time claims, and other claims based on contractual interpretation.Hinson regularly acts for various international/ local contractors in their health and safety prosecutions, and advising contractors in accident investigations, attending (as advocate) interlocutory hearings, and liaising with Counsel in defending the subsequent legal proceedings. He has handled large and complex health and safety cases and is experienced in advising clients how to handle on the relevant statutory enforcement departments, such as the Labour Department and the Environmental Protection Department.
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John has specialised for nearly two decades in project finance, corporate transactions and regulatory advice involving energy, power, renewable energy, water and other infrastructure projects.
Dale has a wide range of experience in corporate and commercial transactions, most of them multi-jurisdictional in nature, including a substantial number of M&A transactions, private equity and venture capital investments, joint venture agreements and disputes, manufacturing and processing agreements, shareholders agreements, share option and management incentive plans, and corporate reorganisations.
Mohammed is a construction and engineering lawyer and has acted in a wide range of construction disputes.