Tanya Chadha practices in the area of litigation, focusing her practice in complex high-value international and national construction, engineering and infrastructure disputes. Ms. Chadha also has experience with certain regulatory matters including dealing with the HSE and Environment Agency.
Ms. Chadha acts for clients at all levels of the supply chain in the private sector, including employers, developers, main contractors and specialist sub-contractors, advising on commercial projects including sports stadia, shopping centres, hotels and large residential developments. Her infrastructure experience spans globally (Asia, Middle East and Caribbean) and includes airport runways, oil pipelines, road networks and rail projects. She also has extensive experience of advising public sector clients including Registered Providers (social housing), NHS Trusts (hospitals) and local authorities (schools and city centre regeneration).
Ms. Chadha advises clients on all aspects of the dispute resolution process, including dispute avoidance, adjudication, litigation, arbitration, mediation and commercial negotiation.
Ms. Chadha earned an LL.B. from the University of Birmingham, Law; an LL.M. in International Commercial Law from the University of Birmingham; and an LPC from the College of Law.
Areas of Practice
Construction, Engineering and Business Disputes
- England and Wales
- College of Law, LPC, with distinction, 2010
- University of Law, Birmingham, LL.M.International Commercial Law, 2009
- University of Law, Birmingham, LL.B., 2008
- Duane Morris
- Associate, 2020-present
- Trowers & Hamlins LLP
- Associate, 2014-2020
- DWF LLP
- Associate, 2013-2014
- Cobbetts LLP
- Associate, 2010-2013
Honors and Awards
- Finalist in "Associate of the Year" category in the Birmingham Law Society Awards 2017
- Co-author, "Taxing Times for Construction," Construction Law, May 2020
- Co-author, "Henderson Principle Revisited," Construction Law, May 2020
- Quoted, "COVID-19 Based Contractual Rows Not Inevitable, Claim Lawyers," New Civil Engineer, March 16, 2020
"How much later is 'later'?" Construction Law Journal, June 2019
"Courts prove ready to review arbitral awards," Construction Law Journal, October 2017
"NEC 4 and Managing the Programme," Construction Manager, 5 September 2017