Thomas specialises in advising clients on all types of contentious matters arising from construction and engineering projects, including acting for owners, developers, funders, contractors and sub-contractors. Having previously worked in-house at a leading European engineering consultancy, he takes a keen interest in large energy, transportation and infrastructure disputes and risk management as well as having a developing PFI disputes and risk management practise.
Thomas has experience of all dispute processes; litigation, international and domestic arbitration and adjudication. He also spends a significant amount of time advising clients how to avoid disputes and resolve issues without recourse to formal dispute procedures.
- University of Leeds – LLM (2007)
- Inns of Court School of Law – Bar vocational course (2006)
- University of Sheffield – LLB (Hons) (2005)
“Thomas has worked closely with the Council on a number of complex construction contract issues and his advice has always been cogent, succinct, helpful and pragmatic”, Roger Kirk, Service Director – Fixed Assets, Luton Borough Council