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Amy Steenson

T: +44 20 7809 2963 M: +44 774 007 8064 Email Amy | vCard Office: London

Amy Steenson Senior associate

Contact details

Amy Steenson

Amy Steenson
Senior associate

T: +44 20 7809 2963 M: +44 774 007 8064 Email Amy | vCard Office: London

Amy is a senior associate in the commercial litigation group, specialising in construction, engineering and rail disputes. She has extensive experience of a range of dispute resolution procedures including arbitration, litigation, adjudication, ADR and rail industry procedure.
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Amy advises contractors, employers, subcontractors, and train operating companies in resolving international and domestic disputes.  She has experience in a range of sectors including commercial rail, transport infrastructure, energy and power and commercial developments. 
  • Construction and engineering dispute resolution
  • Rail dispute resolution

International utility company payment dispute

Acting for an international utility company in concurrent disputes against a property developer in connection with its provision of water infrastructure services.

Final account dispute

Advising an employer in connection with a potential dispute over final account settlement for refurbishment and conversion works at a large residential property development.

Mine construction dispute

Acting for a mining company in an ICC arbitration in its defence to claim and counter-claim against an EPCM contractor for grossly negligent project management services in connection with the expansion of a mine.

Fares indexation

Advising a TOC in relation to a significant multi-million dispute arising out of the impact of a change in government fares regulation policy including which fares were affected, the TOC's obligations as a result of the change and modelling the impact of the change.

HS2 rolling stock

Advising a train manufacturer in a High Court challenge to the decision by HS2 not to shortlist them for the £2.75 billion rolling stock supply and maintenance contract.

Delay attribution

Advising a TOC in a dispute with its alliance partner arising from the proper attribution of delay.

  • Construction and engineering

International utility company payment dispute

Acting for an international utility company in concurrent disputes against a property developer in connection with its provision of water infrastructure services.

Final account dispute

Advising an employer in connection with a potential dispute over final account settlement for refurbishment and conversion works at a large residential property development.

Mine construction dispute

Acting for a mining company in an ICC arbitration in its defence to claim and counter-claim against an EPCM contractor for grossly negligent project management services in connection with the expansion of a mine.

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