Andrew has a broad and busy practice, advising and appearing in a range of high-value financial and commercial disputes, often with an international dimension. He has particular experience in capital markets and investment banking disputes, derivatives and structured products. Andrew is ranked as a Leading Junior for Banking & Finance by Legal 500.
Notable banking cases include: Decura IM Investments LLP v UBS AG  EWHC 171 (Comm); Kaupthing Singer & Friedlander Ltd v UBS AG  EWHC 2450 (Comm); Deutsche Bank AG v Sebastian Holdings Inc  EWHC 2073; Credit Suisse AG v Up Energy Group Limited  EWHC 3611 (Comm); Haugesund Kommune v Depfa ACS Bank  1 CLC 770, Haugesund (No.2)  Lloyd's Rep PN 21
Recent civil fraud cases have included: OMV Petrom SA v Glencore International AG  EWHC 666 (Comm) (obtaining $40m judgment and $44m interest in relation to deceitful sales of counterfeit cargoes of crude oil); The Hut Group Limited v Nobahar-Cookson  EWHC 3842 (fraudulent breach of warranty); Sabbagh v Khoury  EWHC 3233 (Comm) (a jurisdiction dispute in the context of allegations of a $600m conspiracy); Gaydamak v Leviev  EWHC 1167 (Ch) (strike-out of a $2bn conspiracy claim)
Andrew also has experience of contractual disputes across a wide range of industry sectors, including construction and offshore drilling arbitrations, telecommunications, mining, and motor-racing (Force India Formula 1 Team Ltd v Etihad Airways PJSC  ETMR 54). He also appeared as sole counsel in a leading Court of Appeal decision on Norwich Pharmacal relief: Koo Golden East v Bank of Novia Scotia  QB 717.
Prior to joining Chambers, Andrew worked as an in-house advocate in several major law firms, most recently in the London office of US litigation specialists Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan.