We are delighted to share with you the inaugural issue of the new publication from the Herbert Smith Freehills Global Construction and Infrastructure Disputes Practice. Inside Construction and Infra showcases the expertise of our leading construction and infrastructure disputes lawyers, giving our clients the benefit of their experience drawn from cases taking place around the world. The publication offers fresh perspectives on this rapidly changing industry, identifying current market trends and providing personal insights from our practitioners across the globe. Click here to access issue #1 of Inside Construction and Infra.
In this issue:
- Ann Levin, James Doe (London) and Robin Wood (Madrid) describe recent experience of an emergency arbitration under the ICC Emergency Arbitration Rules relating to a substantial construction project in the MENA region.
- Ante Golem, Dan Dragovic, Jake Reynolds and Lauren Claxon (Perth) look at the changes to the regulatory regime governing the Australian EPC market.
- We consider the risks and opportunities in the UK transport and infrastructure sector post-Brexit, in a report following a recent round table dinner in London.
- Brad Strahorn (Sydney) gives an insight into his career as a construction lawyer, his time in the Tokyo office and the trends his team is currently seeing in the Australian market.
- Mike McClure, Head of Dispute Resolution (Seoul) speaks of his journey to becoming a partner and reflects on his experience across the global practice, his interest in advocacy and the current growth in the Asia market.
- We provide a snapshot of our global Construction and Infrastructure Disputes practice.
- Corporate Infrastructure Partner Simon Caridia (London) shares details of his transition from a projects lawyer to advising on the financing of key infrastructure projects, and his views on the interface between the transactional and disputes construction practices.
We hope that you enjoy reading issue #1 of Inside Construction and Infra. We would welcome your feedback and suggestions for future issues.
For further information, contact Ann Levin, Partner, or your usual Herbert Smith Freehills contact.