Overview

Kiran Giblin is an associate in the Construction & Engineering practice of Mayer Brown’s London office, where his primary area of focus is contentious construction disputes.

Kiran’s practice includes a broad range of dispute resolution, advising employers, contractors and consultants in relation to all forms of construction-related disputes, including those concerning defective works, project delay and final accounts. He has represented clients in international arbitrations and adjudications. He also advises on a wide range of construction documents for various UK-based and multi-jurisdictional projects, including JCT, NEC and bespoke forms of contract.

Kiran’s experience includes disputes involving a wide variety of projects, including stadiums, airports, and other transport infrastructure projects. 

Kiran joined Mayer Brown in 2021. 

 

Experience

  • Advising a multi-national engineering and design consultancy in respect of an ICC arbitration regarding the Doha Metro Project.*
  • Advising a major national rail operator in respect of an adjudication arising out of a design and construction agreement regarding a large station upgrade project.*
  • Acting for a major Chinese contractor on a number of contractual issues and disputes concerning a substantial residential development in central London.*
  • Advising purchasers, fund groups and property developers in relation to the construction aspects of various real estate transactions, including the sale and purchase of commercial mixed-use premises in central Edinburgh and London.*
  • Advising a multi-national mechanical and engineering contractor in respect of a high value DIAC arbitration regarding a major infrastructure upgrade project in Dubai.*
  • Advising a multi-national engineering and design consultancy in respect of an ICC arbitration regarding a major stadium project in Qatar.*

* Experience gained prior to joining Mayer Brown

Education

University College London, BA (Hons)

The University of Law, London, Commendation

Admissions

  • England and Wales