Senior knowledge lawyer
Andrew is a Senior Knowledge Lawyer within the Dispute Resolution Department in London. His role involves developing and delivering internal and client training, producing client briefings and answering legal and procedural queries.
Andrew has experience of a broad range of commercial disputes, including Commercial Court litigation and international arbitration. Prior to joining the firm, he spent almost ten years as a barrister and also previously worked for an international law firm, spending time in both its London and Hong Kong offices. In addition to his role at Norton Rose Fulbright, Andrew holds a part-time judicial position as a Chairman of the Leasehold Valuation Tribunal
The talk will look at some issues relating to residential tenants’ rights that can arise on real estate transactions, with a particular focus on rights of first refusal..
September 8, 2016
In National Iranian Oil Company v Crescent Petroleum  EWHC 510 (Comm), the High Court held that the court would not, as a matter of English public policy, refuse to enforce a contract procured by bribery..
February 21, 2017
The English High Court has held that notes of interviews with current and former employees of a corporation as part of an investigation by in-house and external lawyers are not privileged as a matter of English law..
December 19, 2016