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Robbie Leckie

Robbie Leckie

Partner

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Cannon Place
78 Cannon Street
London
EC4N 6AF
United Kingdom
Languages English, French

Robbie Leckie is a partner in CMS’s specialist Infrastructure, Construction and Energy Disputes Team, based in the London office. He advises on claims and disputes arising from major engineering and construction projects, with a particular focus on complex technical disputes within the energy and infrastructure/PFI sectors.  Robbie advises contractor and employer clients on the avoidance and resolution of disputes throughout the project lifecycle, from informal resolution to adjudication, expert determination, arbitration and litigation.  Robbie advises clients on projects throughout the UK and overseas and is qualified to practice both in England and Wales and in Scotland.  Robbie is listed in Chambers 2020 and described by Who’s Who Legal 2019 and 2020 as a Future Leader amongst partners in construction law.

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"A lawyer who is 'highly regarded for his litigation work' and highlight his presence 'working on high-value disputes'."

Chambers, 2020

“A very knowledgeable lawyer involved in high profile cases, with expertise in complex construction-related disputes”.

Who’s Who Legal Construction, 2020

“…stands out for his work in high-profile cases in construction, particularly those related to the energy sector”.

Who’s Who Legal Construction, 2019

Education

  • 2002 – Diploma in Legal Practice, Glasgow Graduate School of Law, Glasgow.
  • 2001 – LLB (Hons) (European), University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.
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19 November 2020
The valu­ation of omis­sions un­der the NEC
A re­cent de­cision of the Court of Ses­sion provides new clar­ity on a num­ber of im­port­ant is­sues con­cern­ing the valu­ation of omit­ted works un­der the NEC form of con­tract. The NEC’s re­li­ance on Defined...
29 September 2020
Ac­cept­ance test­ing and the de­fer­ral of ter­min­a­tion rights
A re­cent TCC de­cision has con­sidered the abil­ity of an em­ploy­er to de­fer ex­er­cising rights of ter­min­a­tion in the event a con­tract­or fails to sat­is­fy ac­cept­ance test­ing cri­ter­ia. It is of­ten as­sumed that...
28 April 2020
Risk Es­sen­tials We­bin­ar: Li­quid­ated Dam­ages, cov­en­ants to pay and pen­alty...
In re­cent years, the courts have de­veloped a new ap­proach to dis­tin­guish­ing between li­quid­ated dam­ages pro­vi­sions and pen­alty clauses. Rather than wheth­er or not the amount pay­able is a genu­ine pre-es­tim­ate...
08 March 2019
Court of Ap­peal re­solves post-ter­min­a­tion li­quid­ated dam­ages de­bate
A Court of Ap­peal de­cision earli­er this week has provided au­thor­it­at­ive guid­ance as to the ef­fect of ter­min­a­tion on li­quid­ated dam­ages pro­vi­sions in re­la­tion to delay. The de­cision re­solves con­flict­ing...
15 January 2018
Pro­spect­ive vs ret­ro­spect­ive delay ana­lys­is: new TCC com­ment­ary
A TCC de­cision last week has con­sidered the dif­fer­ence between pro­spect­ive and ret­ro­spect­ive ap­proaches to delay ana­lys­is. The de­cision finds that the two ap­proaches will not ne­ces­sar­ily lead to the same...