Substantial claims for consequential losses

We represented London Underwriters in an indemnity dispute regarding claims for consequential losses in excess of $30 million brought by a construction consortium. The claims related to delays experienced in the construction of a major public project for the storage of stormwater runoff in the Sydney metropolitan area.


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