Christopher Busaileh, Associate
Chris advises in relation to both contentious and non-contentious matters in the construction and engineering industry.
SummaryChris advises in relation to both contentious and non-contentious matters in the construction and engineering industry. He has experience in advising on a range of construction documents from both the developers' and the consultants' viewpoints.
Chris has also advised in relation to a range of different forms of dispute resolution including mediation, adjudication and litigation.
He spent 2 months on secondment to the legal department of a global engineering company advising the various business divisions on their contracts and other legal issues.
Christopher is admitted to practise in England and Wales.
- Advising a central London developer with regards to office, retail, residential and mixed-use developments throughout London
- Advising a major international contractor (Fortune 500 company) on claims by its sub-contractor for measured works and additional costs
- Representing a sub-contractor in an adjudication relating to a payment dispute
- Advising an international developer on the construction aspects of a 240,000 sq ft mixed-use development in central London
Adjudication costs - you make me want to shout!
There is a considerable lack of clarity around the recovery of adjudication costs which has been exacerbated by a recent case.