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Specialising in construction law, Brenna advises individuals and companies from a wide array of sectors on various aspects of both non-contentious and contentious construction matters.

Brenna is regularly instructed by employers, contractors, funders, developers and consultants in relation to the myriad of issues arising throughout the lifecycle of a construction project. She advises on and drafts all manner of construction documentation including standard and bespoke building contracts, appointments, pre-construction service agreements, guarantees, bonds, collateral warranties, development agreements, fit-out contracts and agreements for lease.

Brenna also assists clients in relation to various types of construction disputes such as payment issues, design defects, or contractor insolvency, brought either through adjudication or litigation proceedings.

Prior to qualifying as a solicitor, Brenna worked in the IT industry both in Canada and the United Kingdom. Brenna obtained a distinction in both the GDL and LPC from the University of Hertfordshire, winning the Judge’s Prize for Excellent Performance in 2010 and the HRJ Law Prize for Excellent Performance in 2011. In 2012, she attained a distinction in her LLM in Legal Practice, and most recently Brenna obtained a merit in the MSc in Construction Law & Dispute Resolution at Kings College London.

Brenna also holds a Bachelor of Science in Health Information Science from the University of Victoria, BC Canada with the equivalent of the UK 1st, and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Liverpool with distinction.

Specialising in construction law, Brenna advises individuals and companies from a wide array of sectors on various aspects of both non-contentious and contentious construction matters.

Brenna is regularly instructed by employers, contractors, funders, developers and consultants in relation to the myriad of issues arising throughout the lifecycle of a construction project. She advises on and drafts all manner of construction documentation including standard and bespoke building contracts, appointments, pre-construction service agreements, guarantees, bonds, collateral warranties, development agreements, fit-out contracts and agreements for lease.

Brenna also assists clients in relation to various types of construction disputes such as payment issues, design defects, or contractor insolvency, brought either through adjudication or litigation proceedings.

Prior to qualifying as a solicitor, Brenna worked in the IT industry both in Canada and the United Kingdom. Brenna obtained a distinction in both the GDL and LPC from the University of Hertfordshire, winning the Judge’s Prize for Excellent Performance in 2010 and the HRJ Law Prize for Excellent Performance in 2011. In 2012, she attained a distinction in her LLM in Legal Practice, and most recently Brenna obtained a merit in the MSc in Construction Law & Dispute Resolution at Kings College London.

Brenna also holds a Bachelor of Science in Health Information Science from the University of Victoria, BC Canada with the equivalent of the UK 1st, and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Liverpool with distinction.

They always give very prompt and detailed attention to any matters that arise.

Chambers UK 2017

They always give very prompt and detailed attention to any matters that arise.

Chambers UK 2017

Credentials

  • Member of the Society of Construction Law

  • Member of The National Association of Women in Construction

  • Member of Pyramus & Thisbe Club

  • Member of SCL Astra

  • Member of Women in Property

  • Member of the Law Society

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I have nothing but good experiences with the firm. I can't say anything other than it has been a pleasure to work wit...
Chambers UK 2017

I have nothing but good experiences with the firm. I can't say anything other than it has been a pleasure to work with them.

Chambers UK 2017

Excellent Customer Service always received from Ian, - never too busy to talk, explains things in detail, will always...
Client Feedback Survey 2015

Excellent Customer Service always received from Ian, - never too busy to talk, explains things in detail, will always return your call/email - Great Service!

Client Feedback Survey 2015

Edwin Coe LLP has considerable expertise in the hotels and hospitality sector.


The Legal 500 2013 (Property)

Edwin Coe LLP has considerable expertise in the hotels and hospitality sector.

The Legal 500 2013 (Property)

Edwin Coe has expertise in the hospitality sector, retail, high-end residential developments, and property investment...
The Legal 500 2012 (Real Estate: Commercial Property)

Edwin Coe has expertise in the hospitality sector, retail, high-end residential developments, and property investments for overseas clients.

The Legal 500 2012 (Real Estate: Commercial Property)

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Brenna Baye

Senior Associate

Specialising in construction law, Brenna advises individuals and companies from a wide array of sectors on various aspects of both non-contentious and contentious construction matters.

Brenna is regularly instructed by employers, contractors, funders, developers and consultants in relation to the myriad of issues arising throughout the lifecycle of a construction project. She advises on and drafts all manner of construction documentation including standard and bespoke building contracts, appointments, pre-construction service agreements, guarantees, bonds, collateral warranties, development agreements, fit-out contracts and agreements for lease.

Brenna also assists clients in relation to various types of construction disputes such as payment issues, design defects, or contractor insolvency, brought either through adjudication or litigation proceedings.

Prior to qualifying as a solicitor, Brenna worked in the IT industry both in Canada and the United Kingdom. Brenna obtained a distinction in both the GDL and LPC from the University of Hertfordshire, winning the Judge’s Prize for Excellent Performance in 2010 and the HRJ Law Prize for Excellent Performance in 2011. In 2012, she attained a distinction in her LLM in Legal Practice, and most recently Brenna obtained a merit in the MSc in Construction Law & Dispute Resolution at Kings College London.

Brenna also holds a Bachelor of Science in Health Information Science from the University of Victoria, BC Canada with the equivalent of the UK 1st, and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Liverpool with distinction.

Specialising in construction law, Brenna advises individuals and companies from a wide array of sectors on various aspects of both non-contentious and contentious construction matters.

Brenna is regularly instructed by employers, contractors, funders, developers and consultants in relation to the myriad of issues arising throughout the lifecycle of a construction project. She advises on and drafts all manner of construction documentation including standard and bespoke building contracts, appointments, pre-construction service agreements, guarantees, bonds, collateral warranties, development agreements, fit-out contracts and agreements for lease.

Brenna also assists clients in relation to various types of construction disputes such as payment issues, design defects, or contractor insolvency, brought either through adjudication or litigation proceedings.

Prior to qualifying as a solicitor, Brenna worked in the IT industry both in Canada and the United Kingdom. Brenna obtained a distinction in both the GDL and LPC from the University of Hertfordshire, winning the Judge’s Prize for Excellent Performance in 2010 and the HRJ Law Prize for Excellent Performance in 2011. In 2012, she attained a distinction in her LLM in Legal Practice, and most recently Brenna obtained a merit in the MSc in Construction Law & Dispute Resolution at Kings College London.

Brenna also holds a Bachelor of Science in Health Information Science from the University of Victoria, BC Canada with the equivalent of the UK 1st, and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Liverpool with distinction.

Expertise

  • Construction: Overview
  • Property: Overview
  • Building Contracts
  • Dispute Avoidance
  • Guarantees and Bonds
  • Professional Appointments
  • Warranties
  • Procurement Strategies
  • Secured Lending
  • Adjudication

Credentials

  • Member of the Society of Construction Law

  • Member of The National Association of Women in Construction

  • Member of Pyramus & Thisbe Club

  • Member of SCL Astra

  • Member of Women in Property

  • Member of the Law Society

Contact

Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7691 4094

Email:
brenna.baye@edwincoe.com

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