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Philip Norman has been in practice for nearly 25 years, first as a barrister in independent practice and then as a partner in a firm specialising in international arbitration and dispute resolution. He has significant experience in mediation, expert determination and adjudication and extensive experience advising on matters in the construction, engineering, infrastructure, project finance, energy, oil and gas, and power sectors, as well as TMT infrastructure. Mr Norman also sits as an arbitrator. Mr Norman’s practice extends across many jurisdictions, including Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Turkey, Iraq, Qatar, UK, Ireland, Italy, Greece, Spain, France, Romania, Russia, Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda, South Africa, Japan, Hong Kong, Vietnam and Singapore. In addition, he has spent time in-house with Black & Veatch in the UK, acting as general counsel for the EMEA region. Chambers Global has described Philip Norman as ‘very well established in the region [Middle East] and a very confident litigator … he is excellent and possesses good client awareness’ and acknowledges his extensive experience in a wide range of disputes, servicing clients in sectors such as finance, energy and infrastructure. He is also ranked in The Legal 500 and has received a number of other accolades.
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