Partner, Head of International Arbitration
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Alvin's practice focuses on the contentious aspects of projects, acting for main contractors, sub-contractors and employers in litigation and international arbitration on building and civil engineering projects.
Frédéric heads the construction and arbitration team of our Paris office. He is qualified in English and French law and has extensive experience of the FIDIC forms of contract and their use in civil law jurisdictions.
Partner, Joint Head of Office, China
Helena is qualified in Taiwan, Mainland China and New York State. She is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. She has experience in acting as a sole arbitrator, a chair arbitrator and a party-appointed arbitrator in domestic and international disputes. Helena has been named in the International Who's Who of Construction Lawyers since 2011 and is listed as a Recognised Practitioner in the category of Construction by Chambers.
Jean-François specialises in international arbitration and multi-jurisdictional proceedings - frequently with a link to Africa and the Middle East.
Mark has a market leading reputation in advising on complex, large-scale technical, commercial and legal disputes for clients in the infrastructure, energy, oil & gas and process sectors.
Partner, Head of Melbourne/Head of Australia
Matthew specialises in construction and engineering disputes arising out of major projects, with a particular focus on LNG.
Partner, Joint Head of Office, Singapore
Mohan is the joint head of Singapore joint law venture of Pinsent Masons MPillay LLP, and managing partner of the Singapore constituent practice of MPillay. He is jointly qualified in Singapore, and England and Wales, with over 30 years experience in advisory, commercial litigation and regional arbitration work, particularly in construction and engineering projects.
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