September 28, 2022
Doyle's Guide

Leading Construction & Infrastructure Litigation Lawyers – Western Australia, 2022

Rob-Shaw
Shane-Pentony
Mike Lundberg
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The 2022 listing of leading Western Australian Construction & Infrastructure Litigation Lawyers details solicitors practising within the areas of contentious or “back end” construction, projects and infrastructure matters in the WA legal market who have been identified by clients and peers for their expertise and abilities in these areas.

Market Leader

Chris Ryder, Corrs Chambers Westgarth

Preeminent

Spencer Flay, Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Stephen McComish, McComish Legal
Greg Steinepreis, Squire Patton Boggs

Leading

Dan Dragovic, Herbert Smith Freehills
Tom French, MinterEllison
Ante Golem, Herbert Smith Freehills
David Jenaway, Allen & Overy
Michael Lundberg, Jones Day
Katie Mead, Jones Day
Jeremy Quan-Sing, Allens
Robert Shaw, Lavan
Richard Wilenski, Tottle Partners

Recommended

Matthew Blycha, Ashurst
Howard Healy, Hotchkin Hanly
Ken Hickman, Jones Day
Michael Hotchkin, Hotchkin Hanly
Tom Jacobs, Jackson McDonald
Juliana Jorissen, King & Wood Mallesons
David Marsh, Solomon Brothers
Shane Murphy, DLA Piper
Lee Panotidis, Tottle Partners
Adrienne Parker, Pinsent Masons
Shane Pentony, Lavan
Glen Warwick, Clyde & Co

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