Kings Chambers’ Technology & Construction Team has considerable and noted expertise in all areas of technology and construction disputes and can rightly claim to be the only regional chambers which has such a recognised and expert presence in this area.
What our Technology & Construction Barristers offer
The barristers in the Technology & Construction Team are experienced in all types of disputes under the major standard forms of building and engineering contracts, acting for employers, contractors and sub-contractors.
Barristers in this team appear in the Technology and Construction Court in London and the regions on a regular basis in arbitrations, and act in adjudications during the process as and when issues of enforcement arise.
Our barristers seek to provide a specialist construction law service with all the advantages of local lawyers being close to their clients and more approachable and user friendly than London equivalents.
In addition, our construction barristers assist in resolving disputes through ADR, particularly mediation as counsel and mediators. His Honour David Gilliland KC has been practising as an Arbitrator from chambers since his retirement from the Technology and Construction Court and was recently joined by Sir Maurice Kay on his retirement from the Court of Appeal. Barristers in the Technology & Construction Team also practise in foreign jurisdictions.
For more information on our experience or to discuss a particular case, please contact us.
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