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Adam Gregory specializes in construction and engineering disputes in the infrastructure and oil and gas sectors. As a Senior Associate in our International Arbitration practice, Adam has represented clients in a range of infrastructure disputes throughout Australia, Asia, Europe and the Middle East.

Matters

Acted for a Korean contractor on multiple UNICTRAL arbitrations arising out of disputes concerning the construction of a mine in Western Australia. The main arbitration was seated in Singapore with a governing law of Western Australia. Amount in dispute: over AUD 2 billion. Downstream arbitrations also have hundreds of millions in dispute and involve termination, misleading and deceptive conduct claims and breach of warranty claims.

Acting in an ICSID investor-state arbitration against a Middle-Eastern State on behalf of a Spanish contractor. The arbitration focuses on common construction issues, such as delay, disruption and disputed variations, but also involves various breaches several Bilateral Investment Treaties. The amount in dispute is more than USD 300 million.

Advising a joint venture comprising two large power companies regarding a power-plant dispute in the Philippines.

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Acted for a Korean contractor on multiple UNICTRAL arbitrations arising out of disputes concerning the construction of a mine in Western Australia. The main arbitration was seated in Singapore with a governing law of Western Australia. Amount in dispute: over AUD 2 billion. Downstream arbitrations also have hundreds of millions in dispute and involve termination, misleading and deceptive conduct claims and breach of warranty claims.

Acting in an ICSID investor-state arbitration against a Middle-Eastern State on behalf of a Spanish contractor. The arbitration focuses on common construction issues, such as delay, disruption and disputed variations, but also involves various breaches several Bilateral Investment Treaties. The amount in dispute is more than USD 300 million.

Advising a joint venture comprising two large power companies regarding a power-plant dispute in the Philippines.

Acted in a large (over AUD 2 billion) off-shore LNG dispute involving repudiation and termination off the coast of northern Australia, including ancilliary court-based urgent remedies. The dispute involved both domestic and foreign-owned consortia.

Acted for an Australian contractor on a multinational dispute arising out of the construction of a process plant in Western Australia. The amount in dispute was over AUD 100 million and the dispute was under the ICC Rules.

Acted for a Dutch company on an urgent dispute involving a Chinese steel supplier and international shipping law.

Acted in a multinational pipeline dispute based in Queensland under the IAMA arbitration rules.

Acted as Counsel in the first Security of Payment Act dispute that was brought before the Supreme Court of Tasmania.

Acted for a community group in a Federal Court dispute against Hydro Tasmania testing the law on ‘social licences’ for large-scale projects.

Matters

Acted for a Korean contractor on multiple UNICTRAL arbitrations arising out of disputes concerning the construction of a mine in Western Australia. The main arbitration was seated in Singapore with a governing law of Western Australia. Amount in dispute: over AUD 2 billion. Downstream arbitrations also have hundreds of millions in dispute and involve termination, misleading and deceptive conduct claims and breach of warranty claims.

Acting in an ICSID investor-state arbitration against a Middle-Eastern State on behalf of a Spanish contractor. The arbitration focuses on common construction issues, such as delay, disruption and disputed variations, but also involves various breaches several Bilateral Investment Treaties. The amount in dispute is more than USD 300 million.

Advising a joint venture comprising two large power companies regarding a power-plant dispute in the Philippines.

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Matters

Acted for a Korean contractor on multiple UNICTRAL arbitrations arising out of disputes concerning the construction of a mine in Western Australia. The main arbitration was seated in Singapore with a governing law of Western Australia. Amount in dispute: over AUD 2 billion. Downstream arbitrations also have hundreds of millions in dispute and involve termination, misleading and deceptive conduct claims and breach of warranty claims.

Acting in an ICSID investor-state arbitration against a Middle-Eastern State on behalf of a Spanish contractor. The arbitration focuses on common construction issues, such as delay, disruption and disputed variations, but also involves various breaches several Bilateral Investment Treaties. The amount in dispute is more than USD 300 million.

Advising a joint venture comprising two large power companies regarding a power-plant dispute in the Philippines.

Acted in a large (over AUD 2 billion) off-shore LNG dispute involving repudiation and termination off the coast of northern Australia, including ancilliary court-based urgent remedies. The dispute involved both domestic and foreign-owned consortia.

Acted for an Australian contractor on a multinational dispute arising out of the construction of a process plant in Western Australia. The amount in dispute was over AUD 100 million and the dispute was under the ICC Rules.

Acted for a Dutch company on an urgent dispute involving a Chinese steel supplier and international shipping law.

Acted in a multinational pipeline dispute based in Queensland under the IAMA arbitration rules.

Acted as Counsel in the first Security of Payment Act dispute that was brought before the Supreme Court of Tasmania.

Acted for a community group in a Federal Court dispute against Hydro Tasmania testing the law on ‘social licences’ for large-scale projects.