Gurbinder Grewal#1847

Gurbinder Grewal

Gurbinder is a partner at Dentons UKMEA LLP, focusing on resolving contentious construction and engineering disputes through arbitration, adjudication, litigation or alternative dispute resolution. He typically acts for housebuilders, employers, main contractors and subcontractors in a wide range of sectors in construction and engineering disputes relating to payment, defects, claims for variations, extensions of time, loss and expense, and professional negligence.

Gurbinder is also experienced in acting as a 'project counsel' on live construction and engineering projects either domestically or internationally, assisting clients or contractors in managing claims and avoiding disputes.

Contributed to


Guide to insolvency in the construction industry
Guide to insolvency in the construction industry
Practice notes

This Practice Note, produced in partnership with Gurbinder Grewal, Ian Fox and Michael Wright of Dentons UK and Middle East LLP, gives guidance on insolvency in the construction industry. It considers the parties to a construction project, common procurement methods and key contract documents, all of which can be relevant to consider when advising a client that is a party to a construction contract where the other party is in financial difficulties. It also covers contractual protections to look out for and considers steps that can be taken, such as the contractual right to terminate where a contractor or employer has become insolvent. This Practice Note considers disputes, which often arise where one party is in financial difficulty, and the ability of parties to use the statutory or contractual right to adjudicate to resolve disputes in the context of a company in liquidation or administration.

Practice Area


  • Contributing Author


  • Solicitor, Senior Courts of England and Wales, 2004


  • Inns of Court School of Law, 2002, LPC
  • Middlesex University, 2001, LLB, Law (Hons)

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