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Chambers of Marcus Taverner QC

15 ESSEX STREET, LONDON, WC2R 3AA, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7544 2600
Fax:
Fax 020 7544 2700
DX:
1045 LONDON CHANCERY LANE
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www.keatingchambers.com
Keating Chambers (Chambers of Marcus Taverner QC), Justin Mort QC, London, ENGLAND

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Justin Mort QC

Tel:
Work 020 7544 2600
Email:
Keating Chambers (Chambers of Marcus Taverner QC)

Position

Barrister specialising in disputes arising out of construction, energy, infrastructure and process engineering projects. Recent matters have concerned energy disputes (delay claim arising out of the construction of a wind farm; final account and termination dispute arising out of Pembroke power station; delay claim arising out of the construction of a waste to energy power plant), infrastructure projects (maintenance of trunk roads and other transport projects; various PFI projects; two unrelated disputes arising out of the 2012 Olympics) and building projects. Recent reported cases: Parkwood v Laing O’Rourke (whether a collateral warranty is a construction contract); U&M v Konkola Copper Mines plc (whether a party to an agreement for arbitration in London is entitled to obtain interim relief in the jurisdiction local to the project); Atkins Ltd v Secretary of State for Transport (appeal from an arbitrator’s decision: compensation events under NEC3); Alstom Power v SOMI (claim for a mandatory injunction); Rust v PB Ltd (whether a judgment entered by consent was binding upon an indemnifier).

Career

Called 1994; QC 2014; TECBAR-accredited adjudicator.

Education

Durham University (BA); King’s College, London (MSc Construction Law and Arbitration).


London Bar

Construction

Within: Construction – Leading silks

Justin Mort QC - Keating ChambersA powerful intellect, works incredibly hard and is a forceful advocate in oral argument.

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