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Adam Gray focuses on complex disputes and pre-dispute counseling around the globe. As a partner in the construction litigation and international arbitration practices, Adam represents clients in the construction, energy, and technology sectors.
In the construction sector, Adam represents clients in disputes and counseling regarding the construction of power plants, refineries, renewable energy projects, data centers, hotels, and other facilities. He has litigated claims regarding construction “megaprojects” in South America, the Middle East, and other areas of the world, including disputes before the ICC, LCIA, and other arbitration institutions. He focuses particularly on pre-dispute resolution to help clients avoid lengthy disputes.
In the energy sector, Adam represents companies in a wide variety of matters, including disputes over decommissioning obligations, regulatory requirements, power contracts, operating agreements, oil field technology, equipment failures and electricity pricing. He has represented industry leaders such as Weatherford International, Shell, Occidental, Halliburton, Chevron, and Calpine Corporation.
Adam has been recognised by The Legal 500 and Chambers for construction expertise since 2018 and 2020, respectively, and separately by Chambers for general commercial disputes since 2022. According to client comments provided to Chambers, "Adam is well versed in technical and difficult matters that arise in construction cases"; "He is down to earth and able to explain complex matters"; and "He is the mastermind."
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