Award-Winning Lawyer Joins Construction Team
Davies and Partners Solicitors has appointed leading construction lawyer Sean Randall-Morris to develop the firm’s contentious and dispute resolution service for construction clients.
Sean, who joins Davies and Partners as Senior Associate, was previously Head of Chambers at arbitration firm, St Catherine Chambers in London.
He specialises in construction claims and disputes and all aspects of contract and commercial law. Before becoming a lawyer, Sean was a Chartered Surveyor and remains a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (FRICS). His construction background allows him to quickly get to grips with technically complex issues and disputes within the construction sector.
With a strong focus on disputes both internationally and domestically, Sean has a diverse client portfolio including developers and main contractors. He also acts for insurance companies engaged in subrogated claims and on cross border disputes and matters referred to international arbitration.
Sean is a well-known Arbitrator and Advocate and has won several awards for his work in dispute resolution. He was named Advocate of the Year in the Corporate Livewire Legal Awards 2018. With a prominent profile in the world of ADR, Sean also teaches courses for the Institution of Dispute Resolution Practitioners and Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
Davies and Partners’ Construction Department advises a wide variety of clients from leading national and regional housebuilders, through to commercial developers and individuals across a wide range of procurement projects. Commenting on Sean’s appointment, Head of Construction Jan Grimshaw said, “We are delighted to welcome Sean to our specialist team. His expertise in contentious construction claims and disputes, underpins our construction dispute resolution service.”
Speaking about his appointment Sean said, “Davies and Partners’ Construction team has a strong reputation in the industry. I am looking forward to bringing my many years of experience to bear to develop the Davies and Partners Solicitors contentious and dispute resolution service for construction and infrastructure clients throughout the UK and internationally.”