Pamela specialises advising contractors on major infrastructure and energy projects across the Middle East from the outset through to completion and is experienced in arbitration, litigation and ADR.
Her practice has focussed on arbitration involving major infrastructure and energy projects including disputes concerning entitlement to additional time and cost. Pamela is experienced in advising international JVs in respect of intra-JV disputes, against employers and down the line against subcontractors.
Her extensive experience in a project counsel, advisory capacity, during project execution, distinguishes Pamela as a lawyer with commercial awareness and one which is driven by supporting clients to avoid formal dispute resolution.
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With a background in Civil Engineering, Jonathan has been advising on matters of construction law in the infrastructure, energy and property sectors for nearly 20 years.
Charlotte undertakes a range of non-contentious work for insurers and insurance sector intermediaries and other financial services firms, including acquisitions and mergers, distribution arrangements and regulatory advice (whether as stand-alone advice or in connection with a broader project). Charlotte has also advised clients in relation to strategic acquisitions and investments and has substantial expertise on both Part VII and Part VIII transfers
Willie has extensive experience of investigating accidents at work in preparation for defending companies prosecuted for breaches of health and safety legislation and for fatal accident inquiries.