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Mark Lawrence, Senior Counsel, Macfarlanes

Mark Lawrence

Senior Counsel at Macfarlanes

London, United Kingdom

About Me

Mark acts for a wide range of clients, including commercial developers, house builders, PFI project companies, financial institutions, investors, landlords and tenants.

He has extensive experience of advising in relation to construction and engineering, infrastructure, real estate, professional negligence, environmental and planning disputes.  He also represents clients in general commercial disputes.

Mark has acted for clients in claims in the High Court, the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court, as well as in domestic and international arbitration.  He has also acted on a number of cases in the Land Registry Tribunal.  He regularly facilitates the resolution of his clients’ disputes through negotiation, mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution.

He has particular expertise in guiding clients through technically, legally and factually complex disputes and works closely with the leading barristers and experts in the field.

He is a member of the Young International Arbitration Group, the Society of Construction Law, the Adjudication Society and the Property Litigation Association.

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Overage for the unwary

In yet another dispute about the payment of overage in a property transaction, the Court of Appeal recently ordered a property...

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