Mr. John Tackaberry, Q.C.
Law office of Thirty Nine Essex Street LLP,
London Greater London UK (United
ADR Certified Designation :
Chartered Arbitrator (C. Arb)
VanIAC Panel(s) :
Practice Areas :
Commercial Law, Construction Law, Contract Law, Corporate Law, Engineering Law, International Law, Online Dispute Resolution Law, Public Utilities Industry, Resource Industry, Sports Law, Vessel Construction Claims
During his career at the Bar, John Tackaberry, Q.C. has undertaken a wide range of work. In more recent years as an advocate he has had a substantial degree of experience in building and civil engineering work, adjudication and DRB work.
As well as work in the UK, he has a great deal of expertise in international disputes throughout Europe, the USA, the West Indies, Africa, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, India and South America. He is a member of, or has been admitted to the Bars of California, Ireland, Hong Kong (ad hoc), Trinidad & Tobago (ad hoc) and New South Wales and is heavily involved in ICC arbitrations.
|Dispute Resolution Experience and Training
Work at the UNCC involved five years of intensive dispute resolution on a paper only basis utilising a locally base legal team. 196 construction claims were addressed. The total value of the claims exceeded $3 billion.
Professional and Other Activities
- Past President of the Society of Construction Arbitrators
- Vice President of the Arbitration Club
- Past Chairman of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and first Chairman of its Executive Committee
- Founding President of the Society of Construction Law
- Recorder of the Crown Court: 1988-2005
- Commissioner of the United Nations Compensation Commission: 1998-2003
- Past or present member of many international arbitration panels
- Member of ADR Chambers
- A Principal Editor of Bernstein’s “Handbook of Arbitration and Dispute Resolution Practice”
|Professional and Other Activities
B.A., University of Cambridge, 1962
LL.B., University of Cambridge, 1963
M.A., University of Cambridge, 1969
LL.M., University of Cambridge, 1988