Anthony is regularly cited by his peers as a leader in his field with a superb knowledge of the industry. Anthony specialises in Construction Law acting mainly for contractors and subcontractors. His expertise in this regard is predominantly in the area of dispute resolution but Anthony also advises on/drafts contract documents and issues of procurement law.
He has represented many of the largest construction and civil engineering contractors in Ireland in hundreds of arbitrations and is himself an experienced arbitrator. He has written many articles and spoken at several seminars on the subject. He also has considerable experience in commercial litigation.
Anthony is familiar with all of the standard forms of construction contracts used in both Ireland and the UK and has frequently been asked to advise on and draft new forms of contracts including the Public Works Consultants’ Contract for Design and Build and the Conditions of Sub-Contract (NN) for Specialist SubContractors.
How the Public Works Contracts Might be Used in the Private Sector – July 2013 (Joint Presentation to Engineers Ireland by Anthony Hussey & Ciaran Fahy)
Construction Projects – Law and Practice, published by Thomsons Rueter (most recent updated 2013).
“Anthony Hussey enjoys an excellent reputation in the market. He regularly represents contractors and subcontractors in construction disputes and is an experienced Arbitrator” (Chambers 2013)
Anthony lectured in the law of Contract and Tort for a postgraduate course at Trinity College, Dublin for a number of years and was also external examiner to the postgraduate Construction Law course run by the Engineering Faculty of Trinity College.
He is the editor and co-author of Construction Projects: Law and Practice, published by Thomson Round Hall. He is a former Honorary Secretary of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators – Irish Branch.
He is a member of the Engineers Ireland Dispute Resolution Board and a member of the Law Society ADR Committee.
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