Henry Hathaway is a qualified Civil & Structural Engineer and has previously spent twelve years in the Construction Industry representing both Contractors and Clients in Engineering and Project Management
His role includes contentious matters and he acts for clients in relation to disputes and litigation as well as regularly advising on dispute avoidance and alternative dispute resolution
He frequently provides seminars to clients with the purpose of providing education and assistance, which enables company growth and addressing the risks faced within the industry
He is a board member of the British and Irish Trade Alliance (BITA) which fosters growth and development of companies within both Ireland and the UK
“Having worked with Henry over a period of time it’s clear he has worked in the construction industry before law. His advice is practical, straightforward and he is fully aware of the commercial realities people face in the industry”
“We have never felt so protected , defended and safe in anyone’s hands as a business and this was invaluable and immeasurable for us as a company “
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