Laura Lintott


Laura focuses on construction and engineering related disputes in the Dispute Resolution and Litigation department.

Laura has experience in international as well as domestic construction dispute resolution. This includes litigation, arbitration, adjudication, mediation and expert determination. Laura also advises on risk assessment, settlement negotiations, dispute prevention and management.

In the past, Laura acted for employers, developers, contractors, subcontractors and consultants and has experience of disputes arising in connection with final account payments, defects, extensions of time and variations.

Laura speaks at industry events (including for RICS) on practical completion, adjudication, payment, bribery and insolvency and regularly publishes articles in a number of industry publications such as the Construction Law Magazine, The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer, Construction News, Construction Manager, Construction Law International and the Construction Law Journal. 

As part of the Brooking Prize competition, Laura was awarded a High Commendation in 2012 and Commendation in 2017 by the Society of Construction Law (Australia).

Laura is a Solicitor Advocate – Higher Rights of Audience (Civil) 2019.

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Trowers comments: Twenty-five years of adjudication

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Energy efficiency – Mind the gap

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Legally brief: Making payments in construction projects

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New Rules on witness statements: Practice Direction 57AC

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Prater v Sisk: Late challenge of an adjudicator's decision in a subsequent adjudication fails

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Trowers comments: New rules demand an end to 'over-lawyered' witness statements 

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