Andrew has particularly deep experience in fraud, insurance, shipping and commodity disputes; he is sought after for cases where those specialisms overlap, such as commodities frauds and marine insurance disputes.

He is regularly instructed to appear as junior counsel in complex, multi-jurisdictional, very high-value cases. He has been led by the majority of the senior members of Chambers, working most frequently with Alistair Schaff QC, Robert Bright QC and David Edwards QC.

Andrew is also regularly instructed to appear as sole counsel in the Commercial Court, Chancery Division and in arbitration under a variety of rules including LMAA, LCIA and ICC. Recent experience includes appearing as sole counsel in the Commercial Court against a leading silk in a full day return date hearing and jurisdictional challenge. His sole advocacy experience includes successfully seeking (and resisting) freezing injunctions and Norwich Pharmacal orders

He was described by The Lawyer magazine as a “Star Writer in Company Commercial” for his part in Orb a.r.l. and Ors v Ruhan, a complex and high value multi-party commercial fraud dispute surrounding the misappropriation of assets worth between £150m and £210m.