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Amy Armitage

Senior Associate

Amy Armitage

London

T:+44 20 7444 2149

Amy Armitage is a dispute resolution lawyer based in London.  She specialises in construction and engineering dispute in the infrastructure and energy sectors. Amy has broad experience of all forms of dispute resolution including High Court litigation, international arbitration, adjudication and mediation.  

Amy has acted for the full range of contractors, subcontractors, employers, insurers and funders within the construction industry in Europe, Africa and the Middle East.

Amy has a Master's Degree in Construction Law and Arbitration from Kings College University, London. She was awarded the Philip Ranner Arbitration Prize (2010) by the Society of Construction Law.

Amy is a part time tutor and dissertation supervisor on the Masters programme in Construction Law and Arbitration at Kings College University London. 

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  • Representative experience

    Litigation

    • Acting on behalf of a specialist contractor in multi –party proceedings involving various consortium members in connection with claim brought by the Ministry of Defence arising out of a cancelled procurement exercise.

    • Acting on behalf of an international oil company in defence of high profile proceedings in the High Court brought by a substantial number of third party claimants arising out of an explosion at an oil storage depot in the UK.

    • Acting for a UK developer in court proceedings at the Technology and Construction Court relating to a defective M&E installation in a commercial building in London.

    • Acting for a contractor in a procurement challenge brought in the Technology and Construction Court against a local authority under the Public Procurement Regulations.

    • Acting for a UK energy company in respect of a dispute concerning the termination of a long term contract for the generation of power from gas produced at a UK landfill site.

    • Defending a major contractor in high profile proceedings in the High Court in London in relation to the design and construction of a UK Stadium.

    • Successfully defending specialist contractor in enforcement proceedings brought in the Technology and Construction Court in connection with a disputed contract relating to works at a large number of railway stations and footbridges across the UK.

    Adjudication

    • Acting for a UK public body defending various adjudications in the water sector under the NEC form of contract.

    • Acting on behalf of the UK government in connection with adjudication proceedings for declaratory relief concerning a contractor's entitlement to extension of time and associated loss and expense.

    • Acting on behalf of a large international developer in defence of multi-million pound adjudication proceedings brought in connection with the defective design and construction of the basement of a shopping centre in Northern Ireland.

    Arbitration

    • Acting for the employer in an ICC arbitration brought by a Spanish contractor in relation to the construction of a power plant in Qatar.

    • Acting for an employer in ICC proceedings concerning the termination of an EPC Contract in relation to a power project in Rwanda.

    • Acting for a developer in arbitration proceedings in connection with a defective ceiling installation and ceiling collapse of a large retail and leisure development in the UK.

    • Acting for a marine subcontractor in ICC arbitration proceedings seated in Geneva relating to the construction of a jetty in Chile.

    Advisory

    • Advising a French/Canadian contractor in relation to its rights and remedies in connection with the design and construction of a processing plant in Jordan.

    • Advising an Emirati marine terminal operator in relation to a number of disputes under two separate supply contracts in Australia and the UK.

    • Advising the supplier of a flight simulator in relation to a dispute concerning the supply of simulator to an international airline company.

    • Advising the owners of an off-shore wind farm dispute with a contractor regarding the design and construction of cabling works undertaken.

    • Assisting a UK developer and funder with a dispute concerning the termination of a Development Management Agreement and the default of a Loan Agreement in connection with a development of a retail project in Bucharest.

    • Advising a bank in relation to its rights to retain retention monies held in connection with a major residential project in London.

    • Advising the owners of an offshore wind form in connection with a series of disputes with its contractors.

    • Acting on behalf of a contractor in bringing a claim against the European Commission for prolongation and disruption to works caused to the construction of an Embassy in Nigeria.

  • Admissions
    • Solicitor, qualified in England & Wales