Andrew is an Isle of Man advocate who specialises in resolving commercial disputes on behalf of a wide range of local and international clients. He is experienced in advising on commercial disputes involving alleged fraud, professional negligence, insolvency, and commercial debt recovery. Andrew also has a particular interest in trust and corporate disputes.
Andrew has argued cases before the Isle of Man High Court and Appeal Court, and also has experience of advising clients in relation to claims before the Isle of Man Employment and Equality Tribunal. He often provides data protection advice and prepares non-contentious applications to the Isle of Man Court and to the Isle of Man Companies Registry.
- Commercial litigation
- Trust disputes
- Professional negligence
- Commercial debt recovery
- Employment claims
- Data protection
- Acted for the claimants in the registration and enforcement of a foreign judgment in the Isle of Man, in excess of £1 billion.
- Acted for the respondent law firm following its discovery of a large-scale fraud perpetrated by a former consultant.
- Represented the respondents in a claim for injunctive relief following the sale of a trust and corporate service provider.
- Advised a respondent bank in a multimillion-pound claim brought by a claimant alleging breach of mandate as a result of allegedly forged instructions.
- Advised receivers over Isle of Man property appointed by a claimant bank in proceedings for the enforcement of a multimillion-pound claim.
Please note: The experience list above may include examples of work completed prior to joining Keystone Law.
George Johnson Law Prize – 2014, 2018
Andrew qualified as an advocate in 2014. Prior to joining Keystone Law in 2020, he worked at Cains and at Appleby.