Nicholas specialises in the infrastructure sector.
Nicholas, under the overall guidance of Dean Lewis, has together with his team of lawyers provided us with both legally and commercially strong advice and has worked tirelessly in representing our business in a hard fought arbitration. Nicholas is extremely diligent and knowledgeable.
Alex Tse - Assistant General Manger of Commercial Department China State
Nicholas, together with other colleagues from Pinsent Masons and consultants at Arcadis, has developed and presented a training programme to commercial managers on site and potential ones at head office to educate them on live project challenges and to help them develop contractual solutions for disputes. The training programme has been extremely successful for the delegates and the company. This success is demonstrated by the enhanced level of questions that we receive from sites these days and by the fact that our company has run the programme twice and it is planning the delivery a third time. We do anticipate that such contractual awareness reinforced by the training should turn back to our company with commercial fruitions soon. @Manager
- Manager Hyundai Engineering
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