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Anneliese Day QC

London, UK Global Guide 2022 Ranked in 3 departments

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Construction - UK

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Anneliese Day QC
Anneliese Day QC is a standout silk with an enviable domestic practice that regularly sees her instructed in high-profile arbitration, litigation and adjudications. Her international offering includes work in the Far East, the Middle East and the Caribbean. She is knowledgeable about PFI and PPP projects and is active in construction disputes involving transport infrastructure.
Strengths: "She’s widely acknowledged to be one of the stars of the Bar and working with her it is clear why - she is a master strategist, has a giant legal brain, is a relentless fighter and a charming advocate." "She is at the top of the tree for construction counsel and we have run out of superlatives to describe how good she is."
Recent work: Acted for BAM in a construction dispute connected with Ireland's national children's hospital. BAM was contracted to build the facility.
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Energy & Natural Resources - UK

Band 3

Anneliese Day QC
Anneliese Day QC is broadly considered a specialist for construction disputes within an energy context, especially in relation to renewable energy projects. She possesses equal abilities in both international arbitrations and commercial litigation on behalf of energy sector clients and other large corporations.
Strengths: "She is a real pleasure to work with. She gave us a clear view of the merits of the case early on." "She is very persuasive advocate and is extremely hard-working. She has a really impressive list of clients in this area."
Recent work: Continued to act for the operating company of the Gwynt y Môr offshore wind farm, which is being sued by the purchaser in the Commercial Court. The claim relates to failures that occurred to two three-phase export cables serving the wind farm.
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Dispute Resolution: Commercial - UK

Band 2

Anneliese Day QC
Strengths: "She is wonderful. Experiences with her are always outstanding, and she is very bright and easy to get along with."
Recent work: Acted for Deloitte in respect of a USD128 million claim by minority shareholders of the former Lebanese Canadian Bank. The claim arose out of alleged money laundering and funnelling of funds to Hezbollah carried out through the bank, which it is asserted should have been detected by Deloitte as auditors.
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