Sam Johnson, Associate
Sam assists the team on a range of contentious and non-contentious matters within the construction and engineering industry.
Sam assists the team on a range of matters within the construction and engineering industry, advising on contracting arrangements as well as dispute management, with a range of experience in adjudication and litigation.
Sam is admitted to practice in England and Wales.
- Advising a main contractor client on a dispute with the current freeholder and specialist consultant/sub-contractors in relation to defective cladding.
- Advising developer clients on procurement and assisting with the drafting of various contractual documents.
- Advising specialist cladding sub-contractor in relation to a claim from the main contractor and local council.
- Assisting on a number of account adjudications, acting for both referring party and respondent party.
Expert Shopping – Seeking to rely on a new expert
A practice known as expert shopping may see the court order the disclosure of the previous experts.
Construct.Law - Summer 2021
Click here to read the summer edition of our construction & infrastructure publication - Construct.law
‘Black holes’ on construction projects – The gravity of the situation
Following the TCC’s recent decision, what does it mean for construction projects and the use of legal “black holes”?
Construct.Law - Winter 2019
Welcome to our winter edition of Construct.Law bringing you legal and commercial insight into issues facing the construction industry.
Liquidated damages: when are they penalties?
The law on liquidated damages has changed. We take a look at one of the first applications of this decision to a construction contract.