WWL: Construction provides in-depth analysis to the world’s elite construction lawyers and experts as well as Future Leaders in the field. The lawyers have been selected for their outstanding experience and expertise in resolving complex multi-jurisdictional construction disputes through litigation, mediation and arbitration while the experts gain recognition for their impressive work on disputes and claims arising from both quantum and delay issues on major projects.
We list 1407 practitioners from 940 firms in 63 jurisdictions across this practice area.
In this chapter we highlight 19 construction lawyers who have been chosen for the breadth of their experience advising clients on a range of dispute resolution proceedings across various industry sectors, as well as for their pre-dispute practice and advisory services.
In this year’s edition of WWL: Construction we recognise 845 of the world’s best construction practitioners. They have been selected for their outstanding expertise and experience in resolving complex multi-jurisdictional construction disputes via a range of dispute resolution methods.
In this year’s research, we recognise a total of 61 partners and 41 non-partners who have been recognised as Future Leaders for their excellent work in the construction market. The types of matters they have advised on include regulatory issues, commercial disputes and contracts, and project development.
This year’s guide highlights 203 expert witnesses in the field of construction. The individuals listed stand out for their outstanding work on disputes across a range of industry sectors, with claims arising from both quantum and delay issues on large-scale projects.
In this chapter we highlight 56 construction and real estate lawyers in the Swiss market who have been nominated for their expertise in commercial and residential matters across a wide range of sectors.
On the face of it, it would appear that the tale of the global construction market is one of old versus new. The “old” are the traditional western markets of Europe and the US, where fewer new construction projects are starting. The...
27 Jul 2018by Andrew Stephenson & Dado Hrustanpasic
Andrew Stephenson and Dado Hrustanpasic, Corrs Chambers Westgarth Complex engineering and construction projects, particularly relating to energy, resources and public infrastructure, are often valued in multiple billions of US dollars. In...