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Andrew has built up a formidable reputation in the fields of contract and trust disputes; many involving joint ventures and shareholders; civil fraud, as well as banking and financial services claims including regulation and mis-selling, in addition to large-scale professional negligence disputes. Andrew regularly acts as lead counsel and enjoys leading a team on larger cases. He has considerable experience in relation to international and domestic fraud and asset-tracing cases, often involving pre-emptive injunctions, particularly freezing injunctions, three cases of which have been reported: Thursfield v Thursfield [2013] EWCA Civ 840; Hewlett Packard Enterprises v Peter Sage [2017] EWHC 66 and BCS Corporate Acceptances Ltd and Ors v Daniel Terry [2019] EWHC 1645 (QB).

Most of Andrew’s work, in court and arbitration, has a strong international element, with his clients coming from all around the world, including the Middle East, Africa, India, China, Russia, and the USA. The cases on which he is instructed often raise complex jurisdictional and conflict of laws issues, including the interplay between proceedings in court and arbitration. Andrew is regularly instructed in international and domestic arbitrations and in English court proceedings in aid of arbitral proceedings and in connection with the enforcement of arbitration awards and foreign judgments.

Recent arbitral work has included a LCIA arbitration in Dubai relating to a joint venture dispute, involving jurisdiction, joinder and security for costs issues as well as a commercial dispute between a Serbian company and a Kosovan company, subject to ICC Rules. In addition, Andrew is currently instructed on an enforcement of a Ugandan High Court judgment of $211M in the English High Court.


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