Andrew has an eclectic practice encompassing the full spectrum of commercial litigation, with particular specialisms in private international law, civil fraud, and shipping international trade. His recent caseload covers an unusually broad range of practice areas – from marine insurance to privacy injunctions – including energy and natural resources, banking and finance, tech and IP, and insolvency and restructuring.
Andrew has appeared recently in the large-scale litigation in Deutsche Bank v Sebastian Holdings and Sabbagh v Khoury. He also has extensive experience of cases involving jurisdictional and conflicts of laws issues, including anti-suit injunctions, cross-border insolvency cases, and disputes involving the interaction between courts and arbitral tribunals.
Before coming to the Bar, Andrew worked for several years as a competition and regulatory economist. He enjoys bringing his fluency with numerical data and analysis to his commercial cases.