Neil Price Law

"The Relationship Factor"

The Relationship Factor

Would you like your own in-house legal advisor, someone who understands your business "from the inside"? You may already have one, but need extra back up, a second opinion or special expertise. Either way, Neil Price Law can become part of your team.

We do not sit on the fence. We get to know your business. We get to know your short and long term plans. We can help you shape them. This way our commercial judgment is based on understanding your business affairs and our experience. The better our judgment, the more successful you will be.

Neil Price Law is led by Neil Price.

Neil's experience has given him a unique insight into the commercial world. He understands that complex problems require tackling in a systematic way. Clients need quick-witted advice and sometimes opportunistic representation in disputes. Neil is well equipped to spot flaws in the arguments of opposing parties.

Neil specialises in Construction and Engineering matters and Commercial Dispute Resolution. He has worked with Edge Ellison/Hammonds and HBJ Gateley Wareing, and developed a practice comprising construction and engineering businesses, developers, consultants, contractors and public bodies advising on all range of construction issues from procurement and contract formation through to conflict management to dispute resolution.

He recognises the increasingly sophisticated industry our clients operate in, and our client's need for quality legal expertise at prices they can afford.

Neil's expertise is in issues relating to standard forms of contract including the JCT suite of contracts, NEC, ICE and FIDIC. He advises on amendments and implications of these, in addition to bespoke contract conditions, framework agreements, purchase order conditions and project documentation: parent company guarantees, bonds, collateral warranties, funding agreements, novations and assignments.

He handles disputes relating to contract interpretation, design liability, delay and disruption claims, professional negligence, defects claims, recovering tender costs, fee recovery, termination, and final account resolution. Many of these are dealt with by way of adjudication under the Housing Grants Construction and Regeneration Act 1996.