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Peter V Badala

Peter V Badala

Ankura425 California StreetSuite 2600San FranciscoCaliforniaUSA94104

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WWL Ranking: Thought Leader

Global Leader

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

Peter Badala brings nearly four decades of expertise to his reports and testimony on quantum, delay, disruption and lost productivity disputes. Peers commend him as “a very sharp construction expert”.

Biography

Peter V Badala is a senior managing director at Ankura based in San Francisco. For over 38 years, he has provided quantum expert analysis and testimony on hundreds of construction projects globally. Peter’s clients include major international law firms, public and private owners, developers, A/E firms, contractors, sub-contractors, materials suppliers, sureties and financial institutions.

Peter‘s quantum expert appointments have included construction cost audits, project risk assessments and project control reviews, contract terminations (for convenience and default), the evaluation and pricing of changed work, the preparation and analysis of claims for delay, acceleration, disruption and lost productivity, project status reviews, prudence investigations, false claims investigations, and business interruption claims and economic damages (including diminution of asset value and lost profits calculations).

Peter’s project experience spans all industry sectors including chemical/petrochemical, education, sports entertainment, healthcare, hospitality, housing, infrastructure, manufacturing, military, mining and minerals, oil and gas, power, shipbuilding and repair, transit, telecommunications and water/wastewater among others.

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

Peter Badala is a “big name” among leading experts and is regarded as truly “excellent in construction matters”.

Biography

Peter V Badala is a senior managing director at Ankura based in San Francisco. For over 38 years, he has provided quantum expert analysis and testimony on hundreds of construction projects globally. Peter’s clients include major international law firms, public and private owners, developers, A/E firms, contractors, sub-contractors, materials suppliers, sureties and financial institutions.

Peter‘s quantum expert appointments have included construction cost audits; project risk assessments and project control reviews; contract terminations (for convenience and default); the evaluation and pricing of changed work; the preparation and analysis of claims for delay, acceleration, disruption and lost productivity, project status reviews; prudence investigations; false claims investigations; and business interruption claims and economic damages (including diminution of asset value and lost profits calculations).

Peter’s project experience spans all industry sectors including chemical/petrochemical, education, sports entertainment, healthcare, hospitality, housing, infrastructure, manufacturing, military, mining and minerals, oil and gas, power, shipbuilding and repair, transit, telecommunications and water/wastewater, among others.

He has offered oral and written expert testimony before: the Singapore International Arbitration Centre; the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC); the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL); US federal and state courts; federal and state regulatory commissions; the American Arbitration Association (AAA); the British Columbia International Commercial Arbitration Centre (BCICAC); and the Cairo Regional Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (CRCICA).

Peter lectures frequently on topics ranging from construction claims pricing and damage theories, construction contract accounting practices and procedures to strategies on how to successfully resolve disputes prior to litigation. He was a speaker at the ABA construction forum/TIPS programme on claims pricing theories and techniques; PESI law and accounting; and continuing professional education for professionals in the construction industry. He has also spoken at he national and international construction super-conferences. In addition, Peter has been a contributing editor to Wiley’s construction law handbooks.

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

Peter Badala is a well-known player in the quantum and delay market, with his long-standing experience spanning a variety of sectors.

Biography

Peter V Badala is a senior managing director at Ankura based in San Francisco. For over 38 years, he has provided quantum expert analysis and testimony on hundreds of construction projects globally. Peter’s clients include major international law firms, public and private owners, developers, A/E firms, contractors, sub-contractors, materials suppliers, sureties and financial institutions.

Peter‘s quantum expert appointments have included construction cost audits; project risk assessments and project control reviews; contract terminations (for convenience and default); the evaluation and pricing of changed work; the preparation and analysis of claims for delay, acceleration, disruption and lost productivity, project status reviews; prudence investigations; false claims investigations; and business interruption claims and economic damages (including diminution of asset value and lost profits calculations).

Peter’s project experience spans all industry sectors including chemical/petrochemical, education, sports entertainment, healthcare, hospitality, housing, infrastructure, manufacturing, military, mining and minerals, oil and gas, power, shipbuilding and repair, transit, telecommunications and water/wastewater, among others.

He has offered oral and written expert testimony before: the Singapore International Arbitration Centre; the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC); the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL); US federal and state courts; federal and state regulatory commissions; the American Arbitration Association (AAA); the British Columbia International Commercial Arbitration Centre (BCICAC); and the Cairo Regional Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (CRCICA).

Peter lectures frequently on topics ranging from construction claims pricing and damage theories, construction contract accounting practices and procedures to strategies on how to successfully resolve disputes prior to litigation. He was a speaker at the ABA construction forum/TIPS programme on claims pricing theories and techniques; PESI law and accounting; and continuing professional education for professionals in the construction industry. He has also spoken at he national and international construction super-conferences. In addition, Peter has been a contributing editor to Wiley’s construction law handbooks.

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