Thomas Lazur > Chambers of Marcus Taverner QC > London, England > Lawyer Profile
Chambers of Marcus Taverner QC Offices
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Keating Chambers is ‘pre-eminent in construction work, particularly complex energy and infrastructure disputes‘ and clients see it as ‘a set to call upon when the facts get messy‘. A number of its members are dual-qualified in engineering, enabling them to handle disputes involving complex technical issues. Another client describes the set as ‘at the top of the tree when it comes to high-quality construction barristers‘ and notes that ‘the clerks’ room is professional and slick‘. Adam Constable QC acted in Hereema Hartlepool v Engie, which concerned the construction of modules to be installed offshore in the North Sea. Veronique Buehrlen QC is involved in high-value arbitrations relating to subsea pipeline construction, logistics services to oilfields in the Middle East, and the construction of a refinery. Among the juniors, Thomas Lazur assisted the claimant in Amec Foster Wheeler v TAQA, a dispute over the Cladhan Field development that is an extension and upgrade of a North Sea drilling platform. Paul Buckingham represented the defendant, a pipework contractor, in a case arising from the fabrication and installation of piping as part of modification works at the UK’s Drax Power Station.