Trowers strengthens Projects and Construction offering with new partner Michael Chilton


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International law firm Trowers & Hamlins has strengthened its Projects and Construction offering with the hire of new partner Michael Chilton, who will be based in the firm's London office.

Michael is a construction and engineering specialist, with vast experience in advising developers, banks, pension funds, public sector bodies, contractors and sub-contractors on construction procurement routes and all types of construction documentation including development agreements, agreements for lease and framework agreements in relation to development and infrastructure projects. Michael's main focus is on transactional work but he also has experience of advising on disputes and dispute avoidance.

A qualified lawyer of 22 years, Michael re-joins Trowers from Thrings LLP after initially being with the firm from 2003-2005.  

Stephanie Canham, partner and Head of Construction at Trowers, commented:

"We are pleased to welcome Michael back to our construction team .His knowledge and expertise will add great value to our construction offering as we look to further develop ourselves as leaders in the sector."

Michael added:

"Trowers & Hamlins are renowned for their work and have an excellent reputation generally and in particular in the construction sector, so I am delighted to be re-joining the firm. I look forward to working with the firm's existing clients and helping to further enhance these relationships and also introducing new clients and contacts to the firm."

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