Suzannah's work on disputes across the Middle East spans construction and engineering in power, oil and gas, and processing facilities; hard infrastructure; social infrastructure and complex engineering world first- type developments. She acts for contractors, engineering companies, specialist sub-contractors, developers, consultants and lenders. Suzannah primarily handles dispute in arbitration (ad-hoc as well as those in major international and Middle East based institutions) and everything which comes with that including strategy setting, engaging in mediation and negotiations and reporting to client's boards.
Suzannah is a Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales and has been based in the Middle East since 2010. She is well known as a thought leader in the construction industry. She is appointed to the RICS Market Advisory Board, the UAE Construction Think Tank, and the British Business Group Construction Focus Group. Suzannah is ranked in Chambers & Partners, a Leading Individual in Legal 500, and a Thought Leader in Who's Who Construction. She is praised for her "strategic thinking, good risk appraisal and construction industry knowledge".
Market sources say: "There's nothing that can faze her."
Suzannah is an elected member of DLA Piper’s International Board and appointed to the Global Board.
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