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Kochhar adds UK Barrister Robert Sliwinski as Dubai senior partner to bolster disputes

Barrister Robert Sliwinski joins Kochhar DubaiBarrister Robert Sliwinski joins Kochhar Dubai

Kochhar & Co has added former SWL Chambers London barrister Robert Sliwinski as senior partner in Dubai in its dispute resolution practice.

A chartered quantity surveyor and chartered arbitrator, Sliwinski is a member of CIArb which is a body of alternate dispute resolution lawyers and other practitioners.

He has over 35 years of experience specialising in all aspects of the construction, engineering and infrastructure industries including legal representation and arbitrating, adjudicating being an expert determiner, mediator and dispute board member, according to Kochhar’s press release.

Kochhar chairman Rohit Kochhar commented: “Robert is a renowned dispute resolution lawyer with core specialisation in all aspects of the construction, engineering and infrastructure industries.

“His role includes representing parties as well as undertaking appointments as arbitrator, adjudicator, expert determiner, mediator and dispute board member.”

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