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London: Real estate


Within: Construction

White & Case LLP's construction team is ‘extremely hardworking, highly motivated and a group of first-class lawyers’, with significant expertise in international disputes. Ellis Baker is ‘hugely experienced at both front end and contentious work’ and a ‘leading expert on the FIDIC suite of contract’. Recently made up, Rebecca Shorter is ‘a very conscientious new partner who drafts well and is unflappable under pressure.’ Mark Goodrich is ‘incredibly tenacious’ and an ‘excellent cross examination lawyer’, and Julian Bailey has ‘an encyclopaedic knowledge of construction law as it applies in the UK, the Middle East and Australia.’ Recent work includes representing Grupo Unidos por el Canal and its shareholders in a dispute with the Panama Canal Authority relating to the US$5.5bn Panama Canal expansion project. On the non-contentious side, Philip Stopford and Kirsti Massie have been advising Egyptian Electricity Holding Company and Al Nowais Investments LLC on the construction of a 2,640 MW coal-fired power generation plant in Ayoun Moussa, Egypt, including the procurement process and drafting the EPC term sheet. Daniel Garton has been advising the FAST Consortium on their mandate from the Riyadh Development Authority to design, develop and construct various lines of the Riyadh Metro project, worth US$8 billion. Associate David Inns is also recommended. Other clients include Samsung, Carbon Holdings, and EMCOR Engineering Services Limited.

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London: Transport


Within: Rail

White & Case LLP regularly involved in the procurement and development of rail infrastructure projects, and is also experienced in matters such as the supply of rolling stock, concessions and franchising, M&A, regulatory matters and dispute resolution in the sector. It is regularly instructed in international projects and the team is advising the FAST Consortium on the design, development and construction of various lines of the Riyadh Metro project. It also advised Vale and Mitsui & Co on the development and financing of the Nacala Corridor Railway and Port Project. Among the multidisciplinary offering; Phillip Capper handles rail sector disputes; Ellis Baker heads the construction and engineering team; Caroline Miller Smith is experienced in concession and project finance matters; and Daniel Garton is also noted. Mark Castillo-Bernaus heads the team. Louise Mor has joined Watson Farley & Williams LLP .

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