Squire Sanders poaches DLA team

7 June 2012 Law firm Squire Sanders has increased its engineering, procurement and construction team with the hire of six lawyers from DLA Piper.
Partner and Europe, Middle East & Africa group head, Graeme Bradley, has joined Squire Sanders’s Birmingham office, along with fellow partner Robert Norris and associates Richard Vaughan, Alex Johnson, Matthew Edwards and Matthew Crossley.

Bradley has extensive experience in engineering and construction project delivery, particularly in the energy, oil and gas sectors.

Norris has advised on major infrastructure projects covering rail and light rail, civil engineering and energy.

"The team’s impressive experience and credentials will help us develop our services for clients across the globe," said Peter Crossley, European managing partner at Squire Sanders. "We are fully committed to growing our capability in this field."

The team has advised the Carbon Energy Fund in relation to the £1.2bn investment in the NHS estate in the UK, as well as advising a Middle Eastern regional government on the construction of a new £97m heritage development.

This page was last updated on:
16 September 2014.

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