AREAS OF EXPERTISE:
For many years Andrew had a broad common law practice including undertaking substantial amounts of town and country planning work and public law cases. He now principally focuses his efforts in the fields of costs and litigation funding, credit hire litigation and serious injury litigation.
He has a national practice in all these fields and has an established reputation both in the professional directories and the legal profession as an expert in his areas of practice. He is known as a problem solver, and has particular expertise in the field of civil procedure.
Year of Call: 1996
Andrew has considerable expertise in costs and litigation funding work. This includes undertaking detailed assessments, arguments on points of law and drafting retainers and other documents. He is also well known for his expertise on the aligned areas of law relating to solicitors including professional negligence disputes concerning costs matters, the law applicable to litigation funders, the regulation of claims management companies and consumer and regulatory law.
Nicky Herbert v HH Law Limited  EWCA Civ 527 CA
Jeffery Cartwright v Venduct Engineering  EWCA Civ 1654
Corstorphine v Liverpool City Council  EWCA Civ 270
Michael Dennis Dalton v British Telecommunications  EWHC 616 (QB)
Various Claimants v Bryn Alyn Community Holdings and RSA  EWCA Civ 783
Bradley Hollins v HS Russell and other appeals  EWCA Civ 718
Andrew has worked for more than 20 years in the field of credit hire and accepts instructions from both claims handling organisations and insurance companies. He maintains a strong trial practice, is regularly instructed in appeals and undertakes drafting and advisory work in respect of credit hire agreements and terms and conditions.
Da Costa and another v Sargaco and another  EWCA Civ 764
Stuart John Gentry v Lee Miller and UK Insurance  EWCA Civ 141
Since pupillage Andrew has always worked in the field of personal injury work. At the current time his work includes catastrophic personal injury claims, fatal accidents claims, and large value industrial disease claims including mesothelioma and other asbestos related conditions. He accepts instructions both on behalf of injured people and insurance companies.
George Andrew Connor v Castle Cement and others  EWHC 300 (QB)
Since being called to the Bar he has undertaken many cases in diverse areas of law, including substantial amounts of town and country planning and public law, disability discrimination work and education law as part of a broad commonlaw practice: some of his cases have been reported in the Law Reports as set out below.
Nottinghamshire County Council v (1)SF (2) SD  EWCA Civ 226 CA
Savage v Mansfield District Council and Lindhurst Group  EWCA Civ 4
Corus UK Limited v Erewash Borough Council  EWCA Civ 1175
Paul David Cullen v John Coggins CA (Court of Appeal 8th March 2000)
John Ian Purdy v Philip John Cambran (Court of Appeal 17th December 1999)
Mansfield District Council v Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government  EWHC 2167 (Admin)
Jade Hamnett v Essex County Council  EWHC 246 (Admin)
R v Erewash Borough Council exp Richard Hayden  EWHC 3527 (Admin)
Dennis Rye Ltd v Bolsover District Council  EWHC 1041 (Admin)
Allsop v Derbyshire Dales District Council  EWHC 3562 (Admin)
White and White v South Derbyshire District Council  EWHC 3495 (Admin)
Amber Valley Borough Council v Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government  EWHC 80 (Admin)
Treharne v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions  EWHC 3222 (QB)
R v Erewash Borough Council exp Corus UK Limited  EWHC 2486 (Admin)
General Guarantee Finance Ltd v Ronald Krajczynski Ch D (Leslie Kosmin QC) 7/11/2001
Personal Injury Bar Association
Administrate Law Bar Association
Planning and Environmental Bar Association
Direct Access Qualified
LLB(Hons) Bristol, LLM Sussex, BVC, Member of the Inner Temple
Chambers & Partners 2021
"Andrew is like a god when it comes to costs." "He's very articulate, very knowledgeable and someone who understands cases quickly. Approachable and committed to resolving problems, he looks at cases from all angles and produces strong arguments. His experience of costs cases is very wide."
Legal 500 2020
‘ A costs specialist. ’
Chambers & Partners 2020
'A man of deep experience who's very good at forecasting what might happen in court.'
Over 100 articles in various legal journals, including a regular column in Litigation Funding magazine.
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