Guildhall Chambers offer expertise across the full range of technology and construction disputes.
Our barristers expertise is not limited to the traditional construction or information technology disputes frequently associated with the Technology & Construction Court (TCC), but includes a particular strength in Professional Negligence claims against construction and technology professionals.
We carry out advisory and advocacy work in relation to claims in the High Court and County Court, as well as by Alternative Dispute Resolution. This includes arbitration, adjudication (whether under contract or statute) and mediation. Many of our barristers are qualified arbitrators, adjudicators and mediators and can be instructed to determine or facilitate the determination of these disputes. We also accept instructions for expert determination work.
Our clients range from large corporates and SMEs to individuals, and from clients based in England and Wales and in offshore jurisdictions.
Recent work in this field includes Ecovision Energy Solutions Ltd v Virtual Energy Ltd & Others (acted on behalf of a solar power energy company in a successful mandatory injunction claim to ensure release of electronic metre reading data); Windows Merchant UK Ltd v Timbmet Ltd (acted on behalf of the successful defendant at a seven-day trial concerning the technology of window making and product liability issues relating to the same); Dyson Technology Ltd v Pellerey  EWHC 3000 (Ch) (injunction proceedings relating to former employee of Dyson and seeking to restrain him from working for Tesla, concerned technical issues relating to electric vehicles); the successful defence of an application for summary judgment for the sum of £ 357K in the High Court on the basis of a contractor’s alleged payment notice; successful representation of an employer in a claim of professional negligence against his team of construction professionals, settlement for a six figure sum and successfully acting on behalf of a building contractor in the defence of a claim for damages in the region of arising out of defective workmanship in two developments, quantum in excess of £600K.
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