Andrew is an experienced IP/IT/commercial contracts lawyer and is Head of Technology.
Andrew is a commercial lawyer who specialises in information technology, outsourcing, technology transfer and general commercial contracts. He has particular expertise in relation to large scale, high value IT and telecoms projects, both in the UK and internationally. He also advises on a range of sports-related contracts, the protection and exploitation of intellectual property (mostly patents and trade marks), research and development contracts, and many other commercial arrangements.
Andrew has a law degree from Birmingham University and an MBA from Manchester Business School. He qualified as a solicitor in 1990 and has since worked in commercial law firms in London, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Brussels.
Andrew is qualified as a solicitor in both England & Wales and Scotland (where he is also a notary public). Whilst working in Scotland he was accredited as an IP specialist with the Law Society of Scotland.
Number of Years Experience
Date of Qualification
Law - 2:1 - University of Birmingham
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Latest testimonials"Andrew is an excellent lawyer who understands the legal and technical aspects of IT whilst never losing sight of the commercial big picture. His MBA background gives him a valuable "edge" in dealing with numbers as well as words, together with useful insight into business issues”. (Comment from a consultant contact)
“Andrew was well able to offer sound advice that was practical, and did not just represent the technical legalities. Clearly Andrew understands the legal side as well as anyone, but he also has a wider perspective to contribute, which is refreshing”. (Comment from a client)