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Sally Davies

Sally Davies

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"She is tough, gets results and always acts with her client's best interests at heart."

Chambers UK 2016

As co-leader of the Construction and Engineering Professional Indemnity team, Sally Davies has extensive experience in the litigation, arbitration (domestic and international), mediation and adjudication of construction industry disputes.  She advises owners, contractors, engineers and consultants, subcontractors and suppliers, as well as professionals and insurers, on all aspects of construction and engineering law. Sally is particularly experienced in dealing with construction-related insurance issues, including construction professional indemnity cases which involve large projects in the United Kingdom and around the world.  She has resolved such disputes involving airports, sports stadia, harbour facilities, motorways, mines, roads, bridges, cranes and railways, dams, office facilities, distribution centres and water treatment facilities as well as traditional construction projects.

Sally is a highly experienced litigator who has dealt with numerous multi-party construction cases. One of her most notable and successful cases, in which she defended chartered surveyors and valuers against claims of negligent valuation, proceeded to the House of Lords and is one of the leading cases on the law of damages. Her wide-ranging project involvement has given her considerable experience in resolving loss and expense claims, payment disputes in addition to claims involving issues of delay, disruption, prolongation and acceleration of works. 

She joined Mayer Brown in 1992, was named a partner in 2001 and speaks Spanish.

Sally is a contributor to various construction industry publications, client newsletters, bulletins, legal updates and reviews.

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