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He is a solicitor and former barrister with more than 15 years' construction law experience.
Tom advises on dispute resolution and avoidance together with front-end transactional issues. He has extensive experience in High Court litigation, international and domestic arbitration and adjudication and is experienced in drafting, negotiating and reviewing project documents, contracts and terms of engagement in domestic and international projects. Projects on which he has advised include offshore installations, pipelines, road, rail and other types of civil engineering and buildings (including commercial offices, retail buildings and new developments).
Tom is a member of the Society of Construction Law and has written and been quoted in articles for Building Magazine, New Civil Engineer Online, and other industry publications. Tom lectures on the Reading University MSc course in project management, on the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors CPD course, and has spoken at conferences hosted by King's College Construction Law Association, the Institution of Electrical Engineers and others.
Tom is independently recognised as an expert in the field of Construction by Chambers UK, a guide to the legal profession.
“Tom receives high praise for his work on contentious matters. He is highly regarded by clients and peers alike, and is developing an impressive reputation...”chambers uk 2013