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By Daniel Miles


For our fourth episode Dan is joined by Jeremy Glover, Partner at Fenwick Elliott LLP and discuss, among other things, archaeology, techno music and hot tubbing.

Jeremy has specialised in construction energy and engineering law and related matters for most of his career. He advises on all aspects of projects both at home and abroad, from initial procurement and strategic project advice to dispute avoidance and resolution. He acts across a wide range of construction sectors in the UK and internationally, including general construction, transport, communications, process plant, oil, gas, nuclear and renewables.

Recommended in the area of International Arbitration in Chambers and Partners UK and The Legal 500 UK, Jeremy is described as extremely committed and hard-working, he “has great attention to detail and can always see the bigger picture, and he keeps really calm under pressure”. Jeremy is listed as a leader in his field in Who’s Who Legal: Construction 2019.

Jeremy also has extensive experience of all principal main contracts including JCT, ICE, FIDIC, NEC, GC/Works, I CHEM E, subcontracts including DOM/1 and DOM/2, and numerous bespoke forms used in international and domestic construction, energy and infrastructure projects.

He has particular expertise in advising clients on international projects, often under the FIDIC form. He assists and represents clients at dispute board hearings as well as in international arbitrations under ICC, LCIA, UNCITRAL and ad hoc rules. In the UK, he is also an accredited adjudicator and regularly advises on both the conduct of adjudication and the enforcement of adjudicators’ decisions.

More information on Jeremy and Fenwick Elliott LLP can be found on their website

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