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Hannah Cartwright

Hannah Cartwright

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Hannah  Cartwright is a senior associate in the Construction and Engineering practice of the London office where her primary area of focus is contentious construction disputes. Her practice includes a wide range of dispute resolution, advising employers, contractors, consultants and insurers in relation to all forms of construction related disputes concerning defective works, final accounts, valuation and professional negligence. Hannah regularly advises on complicated technical disputes, including claims concerning defective design and workmanship, programming, delay, disruption and quantum which arise out of the major forms of construction and engineering contracts. She is an experienced litigator and has represented clients in complex multi-party litigation in the High Court (Technology and Construction and Commercial Courts), mediations, adjudications and arbitrations.

Hannah’s experience includes disputes involving a wide variety of projects, including waste management facilities, utilities, office facilities, university laboratories, wind farms, shipping ports, car parks, as well as traditional construction projects. She also has experience in commercial warranty claims and international sale and purchase agreement disputes.

In addition, Hannah also deals with complex insurance issues and regularly advises on professional indemnity cases.

She joined Mayer Brown in 2011 as a trainee and spend six months on secondment to Unilever PLC during her training contract where she was specifically tasked with drafting, negotiating and closing agreements with a number of suppliers and charitable institutions as well as drafting and negotiating terms of framework agreements. Hannah is a member of TeCSA and SCL.
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