Congratulations to our Dubai team who have been ranked for the eighth year running in the Chambers Global 2024. Clients have described them as “an exceptional team that are very hard-working, bright and pleasant”. We are also very happy to share that Lyndon Richards, Partner in Dubai, has been newly ranked at a Band 4… Read More >
We are delighted to welcome a new Senior Associate to the team – Marc Wilkins, who joins our London office. Marc specialises in construction and engineering related disputes. His experience includes dealing with a wide range of domestic and international disputes, including in relation to oil and gas facilities, offshore wind farms, road, rail and… Read More >
Beale & Co are pleased to announce that Antony Smith, the firm’s Chairman and a Partner in our London office, has been recognised in Who’s Who Legal: Thought Leaders – Construction 2023. Over nearly two decades, WWL has used the recommendations of clients and private practitioners to pick out the leading experts in a wide… Read More >
Beale & Co are pleased to announce that Claire Miller, Managing Partner of the firm’s Dubai office, has been recognised in Who’s Who Legal: Thought Leaders – Construction 2023. Over nearly two decades, WWL has used the recommendations of clients and private practitioners to pick out the leading experts in a wide range of practice… Read More >
Last month, our Dublin office organised a collection of essential mother and baby products for Anew Support Services. Staff contributed by both providing items and donating to a collection that raised over €400 for much needed products. Some of our team then visited Haven House, one of Anew’s facilities dedicated to providing shelter for homeless new… Read More >
This year, Beale & Co’s UK office’s participated in two Christmas campaigns: **The East London Business Alliance Toy Appeal** With an increased need for toy donations as more families face financial uncertainty, staff donated toys to ELBA to distribute to less-fortunate children in east London, Islington, and neighbouring areas in an effort to provide a… Read More >
Yesterday Beale & Co hosted a CRASHmas Jumper Day to support and raise money for charity partner CRASH – who help homelessness and hospice organisations with their construction projects – creating places that care for people when they’re at their most vulnerable. Thank you to those who joined in to support and raise funds for… Read More >
Beale & Co introduces two new solicitors, Alexandra Zahariadi and Laura Hardey to the London office. Alexandra brings expertise in handling a wide range of construction disputes, covering areas such as non-payment, defects, contract breaches, and negligence. She specialises in Disputes, Adjudication, and Construction. Laura has a background in handling high-profile cases involving defective workmanship… Read More >
Beale & Co’s Bristol office has welcomed two new joiners to its team this month – Tom Wheeler, Senior Associate and Katie Singleton, Associate. Tom specialises in commercial and construction disputes and has experience working and advising on dispute avoidance, adjudication, litigation, mediation, expert determination and international arbitration. Katie specialises in professional indemnity, contract, and… Read More >
This year Beale & Co proudly marks 5 years as a Corporate Patron of its UK charity partner CRASH, a charity that unites the construction industry to construct places that care for people who are homeless, and children and adults receiving hospice care. CRASH channels the expertise, products, and donations to transform buildings for homelessness… Read More >
One very much gets the impression that client service is paramount in the culture of the firm, and this is borne out by its delivery and response levels.
Chambers UK 2020
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