Andrew Shaw Called to the Bar 2013

Andrew’s main areas of practice are insolvency/restructuring, commercial litigation, banking disputes, company law and civil fraud.

Much of Andrew’s work has an international component and he has been instructed in a number of complicated commercial disputes that have occurred within the context of a cross-border insolvency. High profile cases in which he has been instructed in recent years include LBI v Rabobank International, AHAB v Saad Investments Company Ltd and Robert Tchenguiz v Grant Thornton LLP.

Andrew has significant experience of commercial litigation, applications under the Insolvency Act 1986 and applications under the Companies Act 2006. He regularly appears in both the High Court and the County Court as sole counsel.

Andrew is a co-author of Corporate Administrations and Rescue Procedures and has been selected as a contributor to the forthcoming edition of Rowlatt on Principal and Surety. He has also contributed to Moss, Fletcher and Isaacs on the EU Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings.

Before qualifying as a barrister, Andrew served as a Royal Marines officer for ten years, leaving as a major.

 

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Insolvency and Restructuring +
Banking and Finance +
Commercial Litigation and Arbitration +
Company +
Civil Fraud and Asset Recovery +
Offshore +
Insurance +
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