Jack has broad experience in representing parties to construction disputes in adjudication (including adjudication enforcement proceedings), litigation (through the county courts and TCC), mediation and arbitration (including enforcement of an arbitration award in the TCC and responding to an application for permission to appeal) payment disputes and disputes arising from termination, defects, delay and alleged negligence of professional consultants and designers
Represented the successful defendant in the case of Squibb Group Limited v. Pole 2 Pole Scaffolding Limited  EWHC 2394 (TCC)
“ Jack’s attention to detail and his comprehensive approach to case preparation is very impressive “
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