Knowledge Of Counsel
Andrew is an of counsel 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.
Our 2018 client webinar series looks at the key changes ahead for the banking and finance industry, from Brexit to blockchain..
The government has published a consultation on tackling unfair practices in the leasehold market, many of which have been hitting the headlines..
November 2, 2017
In Rock Advertising Limited v MBW Business Exchange Centres Limited  UKSC 24, the Supreme Court has confirmed that a purported oral variation of a contract is invalid if it is in breach of a no oral variation provision in the agreement..
June 07, 2018
Should any privileged material be shared with third parties, including regulators and prosecutors? If so what and when? These are common questions when conducting investigations..
June 06, 2018