Eveline Strecker, Knowledge Development Lawyer
Eveline manages knowledge and develops training for the Construction, Engineering & Projects team. Her role is to provide legal knowhow and thought leadership, and develop effective work practices across the construction practice and related teams.
Eveline has over 15 years’ experience in legal practice, both in construction disputes and transactional infrastructure projects. She has acted for a wide range of clients in the construction industry, including government, developers, concession operators and contractors.
Infra.law - Spring 2021
Click here to read the latest edition of our construction and infrastructure publication, Infra.Law.
Assignment, novation and construction contracts - What is your objective?
What are the terms of the contract under which the sub-contractor carries out the works for the employer?
Adjudication enforcement and exclusive jurisdiction clauses post-Brexit
Does an exclusive jurisdiction clause in favour of a foreign court preclude an English court from enforcing an adjudicator’s decision?
‘Subject to contract’ – The effect of these words in settlement negotiations
The importance of the ‘subject to contract’ label during settlement negotiations and communications.
Interim Payment Applications – Substance over form
Isabella and Eveline wrote an article explaining why interim applications for payment must be clear and unambiguous in sub-contracts.
Construct.law - Winter 2020
Read the latest edition of Construct.Law bringing your legal and commercial insight into issues facing the construction industry.
Assigning a sub-contract on termination: Which rights is the contractor giving up?
How to avoid undesirable and unintended consequences when assigning sub-contracts ?
Omitting works from an NEC contract: Valuation under the contractual mechanism
Taking a look at the potential dangers of varying the scope of works and how such variations may be assessed under a construction contract.
Construct.Law - Summer 2020
Welcome to our summer edition of Construct.Law bringing your legal and commercial insight into issues facing the construction industry.
Challenging an adjudicator’s decision – Reserve your right to do so carefully
What to take into consideration when reserving the right to challenge an adjudicator’s decision.
Indirect and consequential loss exclusions – is it time for change?
Discussing how parties should consider the drafting of any exclusion clauses and the types of losses they are trying to exclude.
Insolvency and adjudication – a compatible mix?