Claire King

Claire King

Claire King specialises in the resolution of both domestic and international construction and engineering disputes that may arise during the life-cycle of a project including those relating to delays, variations, defects, interim payment notices and final account disputes.  She has experience of all major forms of dispute resolution including litigation, adjudication, arbitration, and mediation and regularly advises clients on the best strategies to adopt in order to resolve their disputes in accordance with their commercial objectives.  She regularly advises in relation to the key standard form construction contracts including the NEC, JCT, FIDIC and IChemE forms and has worked across a wide range of sectors within the industry including in relation to a nuclear implicated facility.




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Website: fenwickelliott.com

Articles and Video:

Lessons in Gender Diversity: What Can Adjudicator Nominating Bodies Learn from Arbitration? (08/18/20)
In light of the International Council for Commercial Arbitration's recently published “Report of the Cross-Institutional Task Force on Gender Diversity in Arbitral Appointments and Proceedings”, and the concerted effort by the international arbitral community to encourage the appointment of more female arbitrators, this article discusses the further steps that can be taken to improve gender diversity in arbitral tribunal appointments.