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Angus Rankin

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Work +44 20 7296 2000
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Hogan Lovells US LLP

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Litigation

Position

Angus is a partner based in London and a member of the construction and engineering disputes team. He has a strong interest in supporting the firm's Japanese clients within the construction/engineering sector, and recently delivered a series of client seminars in Tokyo, explaining the 2017 updates to the FIDIC forms of contract.


London: Projects, energy and natural resources

Mining and minerals

Within: Mining and minerals

The broad multi-disciplinary mining offering at Hogan Lovells International LLP advises clients on financing transactions, M&A mandates, regulatory issues, disputes and the construction and planning aspects of projects. On the projects front, practice head Adrian Walker is currently overseeing the contractual aspects of a mine expansion in Africa, and Crispin Rapinet collaborated with the Washington DC and Johannesburg teams to review the anti-bribery compliance policy of a global mining company. Kieron O’Callaghan led the advice to a bank with regards to claims against a large Eastern European mining group on the grounds of alleged breach of loan arragnements. Sarah Shaw recently joined the corporate department from Allen & Overy LLP and construction disputes specialist Angus Rankin arrived from an in-house position at Mitsubishi. David Moss retired from the partnership.

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London: Real estate

Construction

Within: Construction

‚ÄėOne of the strongest firms in London for running complex construction litigation‚Äô, Hogan Lovells International LLP‚Äôs contentious team is led by Roberta Downey, who brings¬†particular expertise¬†in¬†ADR. ‚ÄėVery bright,¬†extremely able, and¬†a great strategic thinker‚Äô,¬†Downey has a¬†wealth¬†of experience in¬†complex¬†trials and highly¬†technical disputes¬†related to large infrastructure projects. Tony Marshall¬†comes very highly recommended for construction arbitration.¬†Rupert Sydenham¬†is ‚Äėvery strong‚Äô, acting¬†with members of the Moscow office¬†in an LCIA Arbitration seated in London in relation to disputes¬†arising under a joint venture¬†agreement for the construction of a¬†US$200m¬†mixed-use¬†development in Russia. Associate Katie Duval¬†is ‚Äėan extremely hardworking, focused and able solicitor‚Äô.¬†Gillian Thomas¬†¬†heads¬†the non-contentious team and leads in advising¬†King's Cross Central on all construction aspects of the ¬£2bn¬†King's Cross Central development. Senior associate Phil Hassett¬†¬†¬†'resolves issues quickly and without fuss‚Äô. Previously in-house EMEA lead for¬†Mitsubishi¬†Hitachi Power System‚Äôs coal- and gas-fired power¬†business, Angus Rankin¬†joined¬†the team in¬†November¬†2017. Other clients¬†include¬†Argent, Bechtel, BP, Department for Transport, EDF, Rio Tinto,¬†and¬†RWE.

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