The recent case of Haberdashers’ Aske’s Federation Trust Ltd and others v Lakehouse Contracts Ltd and others1 afforded the court with an opportunity to consider a sub-contractors immunity to subrogated claims against him if co-insured under a project insurance policy.
About Mark Hamber
Prior to joining Tudor Rose, Mark worked as a quantity surveyor for national main contractors across a broad range of construction project types. Through this breadth of experience, he has had the opportunity to experience and understand the particular characteristics of different types of construction projects, along with the associated problems which may arise during the course of the works. Mark’s role during this time has encompassed all aspects of commercial management within contracting organisations, at both project and corporate levels. During his career, Mark has gained extensive first-hand experience of delay and quantum claims. He has been involved in all aspects of claim preparation for the purpose of pursuing claims, as well as defending claims initiated by others. As such, he is well versed in all aspect of claims management from claim preparation, assessment of entitlement and negotiation through to agreement, without the need to seek recourse through a tribunal. Following his initial undergraduate studies, Mark completed a Masters degree in Construction Law and Arbitration, receiving a distinction for his final year dissertation, and is now working towards fellowship status within the CIArb. His professional knowledge and experience, combined with this continuing academic progression, gives him a firm basis to get to grips with any commercial issues and provide clear advice, together with suitable strategies to either minimise risk or maximise opportunity, as the situation requires.
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