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Adam Brown

T: +44 20 7809 2249 M: +44 7570 813 195 Email Adam | vCard Office: London

Adam Brown Associate

Contact details

Adam Brown

Adam Brown
Associate

T: +44 20 7809 2249 M: +44 7570 813 195 Email Adam | vCard Office: London

Adam has extensive experience in contentious construction matters, regularly acting on behalf of employers, developers, contractors and other construction professionals on a wide range of claims.
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Adam has recently joined Stephenson Harwood from a large regional firm in East Anglia, where he was involved in various dispute resolution procedures and had a particular specialism in adjudication and litigation in the Technology and Construction Court (TCC). He continues to advise in all disputes that may arise in a construction project, including delay, loss and expense claims, variation claims, defective work claims and final account claims.

Adam has experience of most standard form construction contracts (including the JCT and NEC suites) as well as bespoke contracts. He is also familiar with all forms of alternative dispute resolution in order to avoid the crystallisation of a dispute or otherwise to achieve its early resolution wherever possible.

  • Construction and engineering dispute resolution

Essex sub-contractor

Acting for a subcontractor in an adjudication to decide the final account of its restoration and refurbishment works at a site in Harlow pursuant to a bespoke form of subcontract.

Essex main contractor

Running two adjudications for a main contractor claiming a lost opportunity to obtain profit and fixed overhead contribution and, subsequently, the final payment (both pursuant to a JCT standard-form contract).

Suffolk developer

Assisting in a complex TCC claim brought on behalf of the administrators of a developer in relation to inadequately designed and detailed cladding at a mixed-use development in Ipswich.

Large main contractor

Defending a main contractor in a TCC court action brought against it by an employer alleging significant defects in the construction of a new roof.

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