Piper Alderman grows projects practice with new partner

The appointment expands the team’s partnership to nine nationwide

Piper Alderman grows projects practice with new partner
Karyn Reardon

Piper Alderman has grown its projects, infrastructure and construction practice with a new partner who joins the Brisbane branch.

Karyn Reardon has focused on construction and infrastructure law for over two decades. She has assisted in the development, design and delivery of construction and infrastructure projects for various clients in the public and private sectors throughout her career.

She has advised on the risks, management and administration of construction and infrastructure contracts. She has particular expertise in claim assessment and dispute resolution.

Reardon has been ranked as a construction and infrastructure practitioner in Best Lawyers Australia since 2013. She is also a graded arbitrator with the Resolution Institute, Piper Alderman said.

Her hiring expands the partnership at the firm’s national projects, infrastructure and construction team to nine.

“Our firm’s national plan towards 2025 has a key focus on growth in each of our offices and across our practice teams. We are pleased to welcome Karyn to the partnership and to have her complement our national projects, infrastructure and construction team with her depth of expertise and experience in the infrastructure sector,” managing partner Tony Britten-Jones said.

Reardon officially started at Piper Alderman’s Brisbane office yesterday. She will be working with a team helmed by partner Martin Lovell.

“Joining Piper Alderman’s national projects, infrastructure and construction team provides an unbeatable platform to further support my clients’ businesses,” Reardon said. “I’ve known many members of the Piper’s team for most of my career. They are dynamic, collaborative and consistently respond to client needs.”

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