Construction Arbitration/Litigation Solicitor, min 3 yrs PQE, required by a high profile US law firm that has a substantial European practice with particular emphasis on international arbitration and litigation, cross-boarder acquisitions, capital markets transactions, private equity funds, and financings and restructurings.
They have a wealth of expertise in the specific types of claims typical in infrastructure disputes and represents infrastructure clients in complex, high-value disputes with governments and commercial entities.
You will have either an arbitration or mix of litigation and arbitration experience, with a particular focus on all aspects of infrastructure and construction disputes. The work of the team in London covers claims for breach of contract, misrepresentation, delay, disruption, defects, extensions of time, additional costs, variations, liquidated damages, quantum meruit and other types of disputes that arise frequently in infrastructure projects. They also regularly advise on ancillary issues, such as the availability of injunctive relief, making and resisting calls on performance bonds, and enforcement of judgments and awards.
In addition, the team covers a broad scope of commercial disputes, including disputes concerning joint ventures and shareholders, energy, financial services, and fraud. They represent clients in arbitration proceedings under any of the major institutional rules, and in the English and other courts, and offer the full range of services from case preparation to advocacy.