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November 14, 2023

Secretariat Captures Construction Expert Witness Firm of the Year 2023 at the Who’s Who Legal Awards

We are proud to announce Secretariat has been named the Construction Expert Witness Firm of the Year 2023 by Who’s Who Legal (WWL). Each year, WWL issues awards that recognize the very best in the international legal and expert witness profession across dozens of practice areas and jurisdictions.

“This is a significant milestone in Secretariat’s history,” said Secretariat Managing Director Don Harvey. “It has been made possible through the dedication, unwavering client service, and deep expertise of the best talent in the business. It also reflects the values we instilled in the firm when we were founded, including a commitment to collaboration and delivering the highest quality work. These are the qualities that define our culture and make me proud of our team every day.”

Originally founded as a specialized construction delay advisory firm, today Secretariat has grown to become one of the most trusted firms handling complex construction dispute matters around the world. The firm’s extensive global team specializes in large-scale construction disputes with a focus on delay and quantum analysis, international arbitration and litigation, as well as standard of care, government contracting, and forensic and economic damages. This includes 43 professionals recognized by WWL for their excellence in construction, including 13 in the most prestigious category of Global Elite Thought Leaders – more than any other expert services firm.

This year’s WWL Awards ceremony was held at the Honourable Artillery Company on 9 November in London. Proceeds from the awards are donated to the Swawou School for Girls in Sierra Leone.

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