Ward Hadaway strengthens construction team
19th February, 2021
Solicitor Barnaby Rosenthall is the latest appointment to join Ward Hadaway’s growing Built Environment Team.
Barnaby has been appointed to work in the firm’s construction and engineering team, advising clients involving development, site and project issues including contract reviews and advising on any potential disputes.
He joins five lawyers within the team, which appointed Stephen Radcliffe as partner in November last year.
Barnaby who is based at the Leeds office, joins from his previous firm where he was a commercial solicitor and is supporting the team on contentious and non-contentious construction and engineering matters. He has experience advising contractors, developers, local governments, the police and a national supermarket chain.
He is involved in all types of dispute resolution on behalf of claimants and defendants including litigation, adjudication, mediation and arbitration.
He said: “This is a great career move for me. Ward Hadaway has an excellent reputation and I’m excited to be part of this growing team. I have been made very welcome since I joined and look forward to using my experience and knowledge to advise and support a wide variety of clients.”
Stephen Radcliffe, Partner at Ward Hadaway, said: “I’d like to welcome Barnaby to the team and I am looking forward to working with him. We are continually growing to support our construction and engineering clients and to grow our reputation as one of the leading law firms in the country.
“Despite the current economic climate, it’s great to be able to create these new roles and opportunities to support our growing team.”
Ward Hadaway’s Built Environment Team works across many disciplines in real estate, construction, development, engineering, social housing and house building serving clients regionally, nationally and internationally from its three offices in Newcastle, Leeds and Manchester.
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