Jack is an Associate in the Construction & Engineering Disputes and Risk team, having qualified and joined Osborne Clarke in 2019.

Jack has worked on a wide range of disputes for developers, employers, registered providers, contractors and sub-contractors across multiple sectors. His experience covers litigation, adjudication and mediation. He has also extensively advised on contract negotiations and pro-active contract management.

Jack has experience with many construction contract forms, including the JCT, NEC3/4 and FIDIC suites. Jack regularly advises on complex construction disputes across the Real Estate and Infrastructure and Energy and Utilities sectors.

Jack's recent experience includes advising owners and investors on renewables projects, advising developers in relation to fire safety and cladding issues and advising on a range of technical defects to large residential developments.

Helping you succeed in tomorrow's world

I have a keen interest in the innovation and possibilities offered by the rapid advances in renewable technology. This is a key area which will support our energy needs in future due to both environmental demands and cost efficiencies being achieved. I'm excited to be involved in our renewable work in helping to ensure those projects achieve their goals and are sustainable.

Work

Owner/Investor

Acting for the various SPV owners and the ultimate portfolio owner of numerous solar sites in claims against the constructor and O&M provider. Advising on portfolio wide termination issues.

Developer

Acting for a real estate developer in defending claims being brought for defects and in relation to fire safety issues on a large multi-phase project in the UK.

Employer

Acting for an infrastructure developer in relation to multiple power installation across the UK and a variety of disputes and risk management issues arising across their portfolio of live projects.

Developer

Acting for a real estate developer in pursuing claims brought for defects in relation to inadequate ground conditions on a large multi-phase project in the UK.