Before coming to the Bar Susan practised as an architect. She has practical experience of design and build procurement and acting as a certifying architect in traditional contracting arrangements. As a barrister she has experience of a wide spectrum of construction and engineering disputes, and of professional negligence and fee recovery of engineers, architects and surveyors. She is a chartered arbitrator and has undertaken appointments to act as adjudicator. She also has experience of acting as party representative in adjudication and mediation.
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Antony Edwards-Stuart QC looks at the different forms of construction contract insurances
Barristers Kim Franklin and Sue Lindsey look at points that the certifying architct may wish to bear in mind when balancing an employer’s and a contractor’s desire for compensation for delay
Barristers Kim Franklin and Sue Lindsey look at the difference between the standard applied by the courts to professionals, such as architects, and that applied to constructors
- It is possible for a colleague or friend to be an expert witness
- Railtrack's feathers ruffled after paying pigeon-proofing costs
- Watch employer's insurance to avoid personal liability minefield
- Weighing up the cost of gambling on an out-of-court settlement
- When does a design review go beyond the call of duty?