Gitanjali Bajaj > DLA Piper > Sydney, Australia > Lawyer Profile
DLA Piper Offices
NO.1 MARTIN PLACE
SYDNEY, NSW 2000
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DLA Piper has a global presence in arbitration thanks to the international footprint of the firm. Recently appointed ACICA vice-president Gitanjali Bajaj co-leads the international arbitration practice across the Asia Pacific from Sydney; she is skilled in both domestic and international commercial arbitration within the building and construction, infrastructure, oil and gas, power and energy sectors. Richard Edwards, Gowri Kangeson and Liam Prescott are also notable team members, each conducting complex and high-value commercial arbitration, based in Perth, Melbourne and Brisbane, respectively.
DLA Piper leverages its global network to provide comprehensive advice on domestic and cross-border construction projects and disputes. Recent highlights include advising Australian Football League on various aspects of the redevelopment of the Marvel Stadium and Docklands, costing an estimated total of AUD225m. Onno Bakker and Gitanjali Bajaj lead the practice from Sydney, possessing respective expertise in project financing and international commercial arbitration. John Gallagher, based in Melbourne, is well-known for his expertise in project structuring and joint venture agreements.
DLA Piper‘s international arbitration team spans from Australia to Southeast Asia and counts construction disputes among its specialist areas. From Sydney, ACICA vice-president Gitanjali Bajaj leads the Asia Pacific practice; she has particular construction, infrastructure, oil and gas, power and energy sector expertise. The group also benefits from strong individuals in Perth, Melbourne and Brisbane. In Thailand, the team is particularly strong for insurance and construction disputes; Don Rojanapenkul and senior consultant Peter Shelford are key contacts.
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