DLA Piper expands construction disputes team with London partner hire

DLA Piper is pleased to announce that Anna Mills will be joining the firm as a partner in its Litigation & Arbitration practice based in London.

Anna will be joining the firm from Hogan Lovells, where she was a counsel. She has fourteen years’ experience advising on large, complex, high value international and multiparty construction, projects and engineering disputes. She also has extensive experience of domestic litigation, adjudication, international arbitration (both ad hoc and under institutional rules), mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution. Anna regularly acts for a wide range of domestic and international clients across a number of different industry sectors including offshore wind, power, transport and energy.

Jean-Pierre Douglas-Henry, Global Co-Chair of the Litigation & Regulatory group, said: “We continue to see tremendous growth in our construction and engineering disputes practice in London and internationally. Anna has a particular focus on disputes in or originating out of Africa where we have a presence in 20 countries and an unrivalled capability through our DLA Piper Africa member firms.”

Natasha Luther-Jones, Global Co-Chair of Energy and Natural Resources, said: “Anna brings with her a great combination of UK domestic and international experience, and her sector focus on energy, including renewables, and power generation align well with our strategic priorities.”

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