Simon Palmer has focused on contentious construction, engineering and infrastructure law for approaching 30 years.
His work consists entirely of fighting and resolving complex, multi-party, multi-jurisdictional disputes, utilising international arbitration, court litigation, mediation and all other forms of ADR.
Simon represents international businesses at funder, employer, developer, contractor, sub-contractor and consultant levels. His disputes have included power plants, tower blocks, stadia, process plant, hospitals, schools, laboratories, warehouses, roads, rolling stock, mines and quarries. Those projects have been carried out across the globe, and under all major forms of international contracts and procurement regimes.
He speaks and comments regularly on construction, engineering and infrastructure matters in the Middle East and beyond.
Simon heads the Construction Disputes team in the Middle East.
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