Hayley Ambler focuses her practice on litigating construction disputes and on international arbitration. She has represented owners, EPC contractors and original equipment manufacturers in connection with a variety of domestic and international disputes arising from the construction of power plants. Ms. Ambler is experienced in handling the difficult issues that can arise in international arbitration and litigation. She has been instrumental in achieving many successful results for clients, including defeating efforts to compel a nonsignatory client into an international arbitration, and compelling the production of key evidence from resistant adversaries in other countries for use in U.S. courts.
A significant portion of Ms. Ambler's practice involves front-end claims avoidance, including effective contract drafting and negotiation, contract management and administration, project execution and dispute resolution.
Ms. Ambler’s previous experience includes serving as a judicial clerk to the Honorable W. Eugene Davis of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. She was named a 2007, 2008 and 2009 Georgia "Rising Star" in the areas of Construction Litigation, Business Litigation and International by SuperLawyers magazine.