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We’re Norton Rose Fulbright – a global law firm with over 50 offices
and7,000 employees worldwide.

Our London office is currently recruiting for Construction Disputes
Associate . As well as the relevant skills and experience, we’re
looking for people who are innovative, commercial and value the work
that they do. We celebrate multiple approaches and points of view and
believe diversity drives innovation, so we’re building a culture where
difference is valued.

The Team

As part of the world’s largest disputes
team, our construction practice offers a comprehensive and
commercially focused service to major developers, owners, employers,
contractors, funders and all other stakeholders in the construction
and engineering industry. We advise on the full range of national and
international standard-form construction contracts (including FIDIC,
NEC, JCT and LOGIC), as well as bespoke contract forms and project agreements.

Our extensive experience covers
commercial and industrial real estate; rail, road, port and airport
infrastructure; waste and water facilities; power generation
facilities; oil and gas facilities; mining and ancillary transport and
logistical facilities.

Our disputes practice is recognised for
providing commercially astute advice across all the main dispute
forums. In addition, we provide tailored support to clients on live
construction projects, designed to avoid and manage commercial
differences before they escalate into formal disputes. Our experience includes:

International Arbitration

* Advising a Qatari employer in a US$500m ICC arbitration concerning
claims for extensions of time and defects in relation to a gas fired
power plant constructed pursuant to a FIDIC based EPC contract

* Representing a Russian subcontractor in relation to a US$70m ICC
arbitration in Geneva regarding disputes with a main contractor
under an EPC subcontract relating to an oil hydroprocessing facility
in Russia

Litigation

* Acting on behalf of a contractor in the Technology and
Construction Court on a split liability, and damages procurement
challenge against a local authority under the public procurement regulations

* Acting for a world leading lift and escalator company in a high
value multi-party dispute in the Technology and Construction Court
in defending a claim brought by the owner of a shopping centre in
the UK for alleged defects and/or non-performance of certain equipment.

Adjudication

* Conducting adjudications on behalf of a UK contractor against
various airport authorities regarding entitlement to compensation in
respect of works taken under an amended form of NEC3 contract

* Acting for a London based leading market insurer in defending an
adjudication claim brought by a building contractor concerning a
commercial development in central London

Alternative dispute resolution

* Advising the British owner of a large offshore windfarm in an
expert determination with its contractor concerning (amongst other
things) the payment for certain works relating to the offshore
substation platforms and the wind turbine generators

* Acting for an Omani employer in a $US$80m expert determination
concerning claims by its EPC contractor for extensions of time and
additional costs in relation to a 2000mW gas fired power plant.

The Role

An opportunity has arisen for a
mid-level lawyer to join our construction and infrastructure team in
London. The role will focus on contentious construction work across a
range of sectors including infrastructure, transport, energy and
natural resources spanning domestic, international and cross border
matters. Clients include employers, developers, funders and major contractors.

The successful applicant will have a
high level of responsibility for day to day management of contentious
matters, aiding in the management and supervision of junior colleagues
and reporting to supervising partners. In addition the role will
involve maintaining a close working relationship with and supporting
our award winning banking and projects practice on a range of matters.

Skills and Experience Required

Applicants should be a qualified lawyer
in England & Wales or other common-law jurisdiction and be able to demonstrate:

* Excellent academic background

* Solid experience acting for commercial clients in contentious
matters encompassing domestic, international and cross-border issues

* Experience of a wide range of dispute resolution methods including
litigation, international arbitration, adjudication and major forms
of ADR

* Familiarity with major standard domestic and international forms
of construction contract including JCT, NEC and FIDIC is required
together with experience of associated transaction documents and the
full range of procurement routes

* Experience of working in the energy, infrastructure, transport and
resources sectors and on project financed matters would be beneficial

* Taking a major role on matters on a day to day basis with clients
and supervising junior colleagues

* Experience of preparing submissions and evidence and working with
experts and counsel
Strong understanding of a client’s
commercial outlook

* A positive, motivated approach and strong organisational abilities

Based right next to Tower Bridge (and within striking distance of
London Bridge and The City) our office is accessible and home to 1,000
employees. Our clients come first and whilst we expect the best from
all our employees, in return we offer an exceptionally competitive
pension, private healthcare, plus a range of flexible benefits.

At Norton Rose Fulbright encourage workforce diversity in all aspects
and at all levels and in doing so create an environment where everyone
can realise their full potential and career ambitions on the basis of
merit and skill. Our commitment to inclusion across race, gender, age,
religion, identity, and experience drives us forward every day. Find
out more about Diversity and Inclusion athere

Norton Rose Fulbright is an equal opportunities employer. We want our
application process to be open to everyone, so if you are unable to
apply for a position online or require any reasonable adjustments
during the recruitment process – even if you’re not sure what
adjustments you might need – please contact our Recruitment team onEMEARecruitment@
We’re Norton Rose Fulbright – a global law firm with over 50 offices
and7,000 employees worldwide.

Our London office is currently recruiting for Construction Disputes
Associate . As well as the relevant skills and experience, we’re
looking for people who are innovative, commercial and value the work
that they do. We celebrate multiple approaches and points of view and
believe diversity drives innovation, so we’re building a culture where
difference is valued.

The Team

As part of the world’s largest disputes
team, our construction practice offers a comprehensive and
commercially focused service to major developers, owners, employers,
contractors, funders and all other stakeholders in the construction
and engineering industry. We advise on the full range of national and
international standard-form construction contracts (including FIDIC,
NEC, JCT and LOGIC), as well as bespoke contract forms and project agreements.

Our extensive experience covers
commercial and industrial real estate; rail, road, port and airport
infrastructure; waste and water facilities; power generation
facilities; oil and gas facilities; mining and ancillary transport and
logistical facilities.

Our disputes practice is recognised for
providing commercially astute advice across all the main dispute
forums. In addition, we provide tailored support to clients on live
construction projects, designed to avoid and manage commercial
differences before they escalate into formal disputes. Our experience includes:

International Arbitration

* Advising a Qatari employer in a US$500m ICC arbitration concerning
claims for extensions of time and defects in relation to a gas fired
power plant constructed pursuant to a FIDIC based EPC contract

* Representing a Russian subcontractor in relation to a US$70m ICC
arbitration in Geneva regarding disputes with a main contractor
under an EPC subcontract relating to an oil hydroprocessing facility
in Russia

Litigation

* Acting on behalf of a contractor in the Technology and
Construction Court on a split liability, and damages procurement
challenge against a local authority under the public procurement regulations

* Acting for a world leading lift and escalator company in a high
value multi-party dispute in the Technology and Construction Court
in defending a claim brought by the owner of a shopping centre in
the UK for alleged defects and/or non-performance of certain equipment.

Adjudication

* Conducting adjudications on behalf of a UK contractor against
various airport authorities regarding entitlement to compensation in
respect of works taken under an amended form of NEC3 contract

* Acting for a London based leading market insurer in defending an
adjudication claim brought by a building contractor concerning a
commercial development in central London

Alternative dispute resolution

* Advising the British owner of a large offshore windfarm in an
expert determination with its contractor concerning (amongst other
things) the payment for certain works relating to the offshore
substation platforms and the wind turbine generators

* Acting for an Omani employer in a $US$80m expert determination
concerning claims by its EPC contractor for extensions of time and
additional costs in relation to a 2000mW gas fired power plant.

The Role

An opportunity has arisen for a
mid-level lawyer to join our construction and infrastructure team in
London. The role will focus on contentious construction work across a
range of sectors including infrastructure, transport, energy and
natural resources spanning domestic, international and cross border
matters. Clients include employers, developers, funders and major contractors.

The successful applicant will have a
high level of responsibility for day to day management of contentious
matters, aiding in the management and supervision of junior colleagues
and reporting to supervising partners. In addition the role will
involve maintaining a close working relationship with and supporting
our award winning banking and projects practice on a range of matters.

Skills and Experience Required

Applicants should be a qualified lawyer
in England & Wales or other common-law jurisdiction and be able to demonstrate:

* Excellent academic background

* Solid experience acting for commercial clients in contentious
matters encompassing domestic, international and cross-border issues

* Experience of a wide range of dispute resolution methods including
litigation, international arbitration, adjudication and major forms
of ADR

* Familiarity with major standard domestic and international forms
of construction contract including JCT, NEC and FIDIC is required
together with experience of associated transaction documents and the
full range of procurement routes

* Experience of working in the energy, infrastructure, transport and
resources sectors and on project financed matters would be beneficial

* Taking a major role on matters on a day to day basis with clients
and supervising junior colleagues

* Experience of preparing submissions and evidence and working with
experts and counsel
Strong understanding of a client’s
commercial outlook

* A positive, motivated approach and strong organisational abilities

Based right next to Tower Bridge (and within striking distance of
London Bridge and The City) our office is accessible and home to 1,000
employees. Our clients come first and whilst we expect the best from
all our employees, in return we offer an exceptionally competitive
pension, private healthcare, plus a range of flexible benefits.

At Norton Rose Fulbright encourage workforce diversity in all aspects
and at all levels and in doing so create an environment where everyone
can realise their full potential and career ambitions on the basis of
merit and skill. Our commitment to inclusion across race, gender, age,
religion, identity, and experience drives us forward every day. Find
out more about Diversity and Inclusion athere

Norton Rose Fulbright is an equal opportunities employer. We want our
application process to be open to everyone, so if you are unable to
apply for a position online or require any reasonable adjustments
during the recruitment process – even if you’re not sure what
adjustments you might need – please contact our Recruitment team onEMEARecruitment@
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