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Adam Robb QC

London, UK Global Guide 2022 Ranked in 1 departments
Ranked in : Construction
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Adam Robb QC
Adam Robb QC is a well-regarded practitioner who is regularly sought after by household-name law firms to assist with high-value disputes. He works in construction matters arising from a range of industry sectors including transport, energy and healthcare. He is especially proficient in litigation involving aspects of professional negligence.
Strengths: "He is concise, to the point, commercial and practical."
Recent work: Instructed in a GBP70 million claim against a design and build contractor arising out of multiple design breaches at a hospital.
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Adam Robb specialises in the litigation and arbitration of large construction, engineering and infrastructure disputes, often involving professional negligence and insurance issues. He has experience of disputes arising out of the major UK and international forms of contract and a wide range of projects including: transport (including roads, rail, ports and airports)

energy (including oil, gas and coal); water and water treatment; hospitals and healthcare; retail and leisure; shipbuilding and repair.

Adam has particular expertise in relation to disputes arising out of PFI and similar projects, including payment mechanism, funding and construction disputes.

He is an experienced advocate and has appeared before a wide range of courts and tribunals, including the Court of Appeal and the High Court (including the Commercial Court and the TCC), numerous domestic and international arbitral tribunals, as well as in adjudications. He regularly advises and represents clients in alternative dispute resolution processes, including mediation.

Adam’s commercial practice includes sale of goods, bonds, guarantees and indemnities.

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