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Bob Maynard

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Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner HRO

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Engineering, construction and procurement (ECP).


Partner and specialist in litigation, arbitration, adjudication, ADR processes including mediation, project advisory and forensic investigation work and heads the global contentious construction team. He has worked in the construction sector for over 25 years and has acted for clients from all sides of the industry.


Trained Herbert Smith; qualified 1987; assistant solicitor Rowe & Maw 1987-90; assistant solicitor MacKenzie Mills 1990-93; assistant solicitor Barlow Lyde & Gilbert 1994-97; partner Barlow Lyde & Gilbert 1997-2001; partner Berwin Leighton Paisner 2001.


Italian, French.


TECSA, Society of Construction Law.


Latymer Upper School, London; Bristol University (1984 LLB Hons).


Golf, cricket, skiing.

London: Real estate


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Bob Maynard - Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP

Within: Construction

Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP¬†is ‚Äėvery responsive,¬†providing¬†a high degree of clarity in communication¬†and ¬†very thorough and pragmatic¬†approach.‚Äô Bob Maynard heads the contentious side, where the firm acts for an increasing number of¬†Korean and Japanese contractors including, SK Engineering and Construction, Samsung Engineering, Doosan and Hyundai Engineering and Construction. The practice has impressive domestic clients¬†in both the contractor and employer¬†spaces:¬†contractor clients serviced from London include AES Corp, AMEC Foster Wheeler, Andritz, Arabtec and Balfour Beatty. It was also appointed to¬†Kier‚Äôs¬†panel of external advisers.¬†On the employer side, the firm acts for¬†National Grid, Thames Water, and the¬†University of Cambridge.¬†‚ÄėTrusted adviser‚Äô Marc Hanson¬†heads the non-contentious team. Gareth Stringer¬†is advising on the¬†construction aspects of¬†Canary Wharf Group's ¬£1.3bn sale of joint venture interest in 20 Fenchurch Street.¬†Nazir Dewji, who¬†has¬†‚Äėa deep understanding of the industry conditions and is not afraid to tackle key issues head¬†on,‚Äô¬†assisted¬†Landsec on the completion of Nova¬†at London Victoria, one of the largest single real estate construction contracts in the UK market. John Hughes-D‚ÄôAeth¬†continues to¬†advise HE,¬†the Government-owned company that manages England‚Äôs motorway and trunk road network,¬†on new contract forms.¬†Adriano Amorese¬†is also recommended. James Clarke¬†relocated to the Singapore¬†office.

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United Kingdom: Construction

April 2018. By Bob Maynard, Partner

This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to employment and labour law in  United Kingdom . It will cover termination of employment, procedures, protection for workers, compensation as well as insight and opinion on the most common difficulties employers face and any upcoming legal changes planned.. This Q&A is part of the global guide to Construction. [Continue Reading]

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