• Acting for a government in ICC arbitration proceedings in respect of dispute resulting from the termination of an EPC contract in connection with a multi-billion dollar project to upgrade a commuter rail system including a new sub-sea tunnel and all associated infrastructure.
  • Acting for a Canadian and Turkish joint venture in an ICC arbitration concerning claims of US$450 million by and against the Jordanian employer, regarding a magnesium oxide plant on the banks of the Dead Sea in Jordan.
  • Acting for a Far Eastern contractor in relation to two ad hoc arbitrations arising from the construction of offshore rigs with sums in dispute in excess of US$200 million.
  • Acting for a Dubai Government entity in an adhoc capacity on a US$200 million construction dispute in relation to a significant infrastructure project.
  • Acting for the Government of India in an investment treaty arbitration in London under the UNCITRAL Rules arising out of the construction and operation of a power station at Dabhol near Mumbai. Shareholders in the power company brought claims valued at $6.5 billion pursuant to a treaty between India and Mauritius, alleging that acts of the Government of India constituted expropriation and inequitable and unlawful conduct, in violation of the treaty.
  • Acting for a prominent UAE family in a AED 2.3 billion construction dispute in relation to the redevelopment and expansion of an existing retail complex .
  • Acting for project owners and turnkey contractors on power station disputes throughout Asia (eg. Philippines - Sual Power Station; China - Shajiao C and Zhuhai Power Stations (Guangdong Province), Hefei No. 2 Power Plant (Anhui Province)), including ongoing roles over a number of years in relation to construction delays, completion issues, EOTs, defects, claims against designers and project insurers.
  • Acting for a Korean contractor in relation to disputes subject to ICC arbitration with a value of US $50 million arising from a power plant project in Jordan 
  • Advising a Japanese contractor on an ICC arbitration regarding a power plant in Singapore. The dispute was with the US Joint Venture partner and involved US $50 million
  • Acting for a global engineering consultant in relation to the £250m dispute regarding the new Wembley Stadium. 
  • Acting for a Korean contractor in relation to negotiations as to the terms of a modified Silver book contact for a US $4 billion power and water project in Saudi Arabia.
  • Acting for the developer of the World Trade Center site in New York following 9/11, including handling several arbitrations and litigation matters, including a multi-billion private arbitration in Manhattan.
  • Acting for a Korean contractor in relation to the design and construction of a chlorine plant outside of Houston, Texas, including an ICDR arbitration involving claims exceeding US $100 million.
  • Acting for several American football franchises (and other sports franchises) in relation to new stadiums, including handling three major disputes involving multi-million dollar design and construction defect claims, each of which was successfully resolved using alternative dispute resolution.
  • Acting for a major national US developer of multi-family projects, in litigation involving US$70 million in damages due to water intrusion on 20 buildings outside New York City.