Rebecca Morjaria, Associate
Rebecca is experienced in both contentious and non-contentious work in respect of a large range of construction, infrastructure and regeneration projects.
Rebecca is experienced in both transactional and dispute work in respect of a large range of construction, infrastructure and regeneration projects. She advises on a wide range of disputes including adjudication, mediation and litigation proceedings as well as project advisory work prior to the crystallisation of a formal dispute. Rebecca also advises employers, contractors and sub-contractors on all forms of construction documentation including JCT, NEC, ICC and bespoke forms of construction contracts.
Rebecca is qualified to practice in England and Wales.
- Successfully representing a large rail contractor in multiple adjudication proceedings and a High Court pre-action disclosure application brought by a sub-contractor in relation to the valuation of two interim applications. Specifically relating to the true value of variations, delays, loss and expense and contract works.
- Advising a large sub-contractor in adjudication proceedings in relation to a final account dispute under a JCT contract governed by US law.
- Representing a London developer in relation to a multimillion pound dispute in the High Court regarding purported defective works in a number of super prime residential properties.
- Representing a main contractor in TCC proceedings in relation to multiple payment disputes.
- Acting for Countryside Properties on its award-winning developments at Rochester and Ark Soane.
- Acting for a sub-contractor in adjudication proceedings and successfully resisting enforcement proceedings of the adjudicator's decision.
- Acting for a large sub-contractor in a multimillion pound dispute in the TCC regarding the ambit of interim applications and pay less notices under a JCT contract and the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996.
C&I Webinar and H&S Handout
The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 sets out the overarching legal framework for health and safety legislation in the UK.
Paper on Modular Construction
This article explains the term of modular constructions.
Construct.Law - Summer 2018
Welcome to our summer edition of Construct.Law bringing you legal and commercial insight into issues facing the construction industry.
Legal responsibility and 3D printing
Rebecca Morjaria addresses 3D printing in relation to the construction industry.