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Dorrien specialises in commercial and construction litigation and dispute resolution (including domestic arbitration and international dispute resolution).
He qualified as a solicitor in 2002, having spent seven years working in the aerospace engineering sector.
Dorrien has extensive experience of commercial dispute resolution including High Court litigation, adjudication, mediation, expert determination and domestic arbitration. He has advised clients or been involved in cases in many foreign jurisdictions including the USA, Hong Kong, the Middle East and much of Europe.
Dorrien particularly enjoys cases with technical content or that are heavily reliant on expert evidence. He has significant experience of IT, manufacturing, engineering and construction disputes for clients that include engineering companies, construction contractors and local authorities.
Dorrien also specialises in the gathering of electronic evidence and the use of computer forensic methods in support of civil fraud claims.
Dorrien is "extremely experienced and hardworking" - Legal 500, 2016
Dorrien is praised for his "strong commercial acumen" - Legal 500, 2015
Clients also praise the "brilliant Dorrien Peters, who is up there with the best" - Legal 500, 2018/19
“This report paints a mixed picture for Sheffield but concludes that in order to encourage a pickup in GVA growth in the city, our transport infrastructure in the city and across the North needs to be improved.
“Brexit has and will continue to take up a lot of Government time, but it is vital that the rebalancing the UK economy and building on the potential of the Northern Powerhouse is made a priority.”
“Our latest UK Powerhouse report reveals the huge positives that we have here in South Yorkshire. The Global Innovation Corridor will build on this and support our reputation as a hotbed for advanced manufacturing which I’m confident will help to attract further investment and interest from across the world.”
“Faced with the level of uncertainty that we have seen over the last month, these results are not surprising. March looks set to see this continue and although there are moves to delay Article 50 and also avoid a no-deal, an orderly Brexit is far from guaranteed and manufacturers must continue to prepare.”
“The uncertainty of Brexit is affecting all areas of the economy and the manufacturing sector is no different. All eyes are now on Westminster to see what terms we will be leaving the EU on and whether we will have an orderly exit.
“According to our own economic research, if Theresa May succeeds in getting her Withdrawal Agreement through Parliament over the coming weeks, business investment will fall and unemployment will rise next year. However, even in a no-deal scenario, the UK economy will be in a stronger position than it was during the financial crisis of 2007/8.
“The impact of Brexit will be significant, but it won’t be as bad as many fear and it is reassuring to see that many leaders in the manufacturing sector agree and remain optimistic.”
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