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Addleshaw Goddard

LEVEL 15, TOWER 2, AL FATTAN CURRENCY HOUSE, DUBAI INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CENTRE, PO BOX 506555, DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Tel:
Work +971 4 350 6400
Fax:
Fax +971 4 354 4944
Email:
Web:
www.aglaw.com

Andrew Greaves

Tel:
Work +971 4 3506 401
Email:
Web:
www.aglaw.com
Addleshaw Goddard

Work Department

Litigation

Position

Andrew Greaves is a construction specialist and head of Addleshaw Goddard's Dubai office. Andrew has significant experience of advising sponsors, funders, developers, employers, constructors, sub-contractors and professional teams in relation to project procurement techniques (including facilities management) and dispute avoidance and resolution mechanisms across the Middle East. Andrew has drafted, advised on and negotiated traditional contracts and major PPP agreements relating to the procurement, operation and maintenance of major infrastructure projects, including power plants, district cooling facilities, oil and gas installations, mixed use developments, schools, hospitals, airports, housing projects and car parks. Andrew has considerable knowledge and experience of identifying, formulating, evaluating, negotiating and resolving disputes via traditional and alternative means. Andrew has been involved with several widely reported cases as well as a number of adjudications and international arbitrations. Andrew is familiar with all international standard forms of construction contract including FIDIC, NEC, ICE, JCT, IChemE and many bespoke forms. He has variously adopted negotiation, mediation, adjudication, expert determination, arbitration (RICS, DIAC, ICC, LCIA, DIFC/LCIA, etc), and litigation as means of resolving disputes.


United Arab Emirates

Construction

Within: Construction

Addleshaw Goddard has 'a very strong knowledge of the law and is able to provide practical and helpful advice' on construction arbitrations. Andrew Greaves and the 'outstanding' Bevan Farmer  ('a gifted lawyer with great commercial sense who can't do enough for his clients') handle disputes ranging from subcontractor matters on major infrastructure projects to large towers disputes involving main contractors. Clients include British, GCC and Spanish contractors.

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