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            Andrew regularly appears before a range of Courts and tribunals to represent litigants at hearings, he is experienced at dealing with unopposed applications through to highly contested and sensitive cases with multiple issues and extensive documentary evidence. Andrew has a particular interest in inquest and coronial law work, and has represented interested parties in many inquests ranging from short hearings up to and including multi day inquests concerning copious documentation and requiring detailed submissions.

            Andrew has experience of representing parties in casualty claims, professional negligence cases, commercial litigation and property litigation. He often provides advice on strategic matters before proceedings are issued. Andrew has an interest in procedural rules and new case law and has given training seminars on various procedural issues as well as having published articles in numerous journals.

            Andrew also has experience in alternative dispute resolution including JSM's, formal Mediations and Arbitration. He has appeared in many trials and has experience of appearing in and advising on appellate matters as well. Andrew routinely handles costs issues following the conclusion of a case and advises on costs budgeting to provide clarity as to likely insurance outlay, as well as advising on the possibility of CRU recovery options following conclusion of a casualty claim.

            Away from work Andrew can be found skydiving, playing chess or attending the opera.

            The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple.
            • Represented the insurers of a coach company in defending a multi-million pound claim brought by a coachload of schoolchildren involved in an RTA abroad.
            • Advising insurers in relation to a claim for contempt of Court arising from allegations of a witness signing false statements of truth in County Court proceedings.
            • Defended a property surveyor in a claim for professional negligence concerning the failure to notify a purchaser about defects in a property.

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