Patrick heads Cleaver Fulton Rankin’s Dispute Resolution department where he spends most of his time advising on construction and procurement law. He also has extensive commercial litigation experience.

Patrick specialises in construction and procurement law and has extensive experience of Arbitrations, Adjudications and Mediation. He is a qualified Adjudicator.

He represents many private and public sector clients in a wide range of commercial matters including contract negotiation, procurement and contentious matters.

Patrick Fleming

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Our clients tell it best.

  • Patrick Fleming has a wide-ranging construction practice and is experienced in acting for both public and private sector clients, including housing and educational bodies. Clients describe him as a “Top-class construction lawyer”. Another reports that he is “well versed in the appropriate strategies to adopt in construction adjudication and makes the right calls when under pressure.”

  • Patrick Fleming advises contracting authorities and bidders on all manner of commercial, regulatory and contentious matters. A source says: “He is a formidable opponent – very conscientious and always on top of his game.”

  • Patrick Fleming is a well-known construction practitioner handling both contentious and non-contentious matters. He has a particularly strong client base among local government bodies, and acts on significant developments in the urban regeneration and cultural spheres.  Clients note he is “very knowledgeable, personable and easy to work with.”

  • “He is diligent, gives clear advice and looks at the bigger picture.” “Patrick is an extremely good lawyer who has an eye for detail and provides commercially sound advice.”

  • “He is very practical and has good experience in real estate litigation,” comments an interviewee, adding: “He is a good ally to have in a case and the type that gets business done.”

  • One source enthuses that Fleming’s “client service is to a high and timely standard, showing good technical knowledge and commercial awareness.”