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Andrew Miller QC

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2TG – 2 Temple Gardens (2TG – 2 Temple Gardens)

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Andrew has a mixed commercial practice with particular specialist expertise in insurance, construction, professional liability and international disputes. The breadth and quality of his litigation practice, and the high regard in which he is held by his commercial clients, both lay and professional, is demonstrated by the cases in which he has appeared. He represented Municipal Mutual Insurance Company in the £150m ELTrigger Litigation (at first instance and in the Court of Appeal), acted for a Mongolian mining company in a case concerning US$70m of missing gold and was instructed by five reinsurers in a claim arising out of hurricane damage to Mexico’s highway structure. Andrew is currently representing a major UK oil and gas project management company in respect three actions including a US$53m claim arising out of the drilling of a prospective well in West Africa and is instructed in an ICC Arbitration by the insurers of a power plant in Albania in respect of a claim following an explosion in one of its turbines. He has seen recent success in two large TCC actions, Brit Inns Ltd v BDW Ltd which has provided a wake-up call to the recovery sector of the insurance industry and Mueller Europe Ltd v Central Roofing (South Wales) Limited where he achieved a £23.5m judgment for his clients. Andrew is consistently recognised by clients and in the legal directories for his forceful advocacy, strong negotiation and tactical skills. He is praised for his commercial approach to the resolution of disputes, whether in the traditional litigation forum, arbitration or through ADR. Andrew is a qualified arbitrator and a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.

Career

Called 1989; Inner Temple; FCIRB 2000.

Education

Southampton University (1986 LLB).


London Bar

Professional negligence

Within: Professional negligence – Leading silks

Andrew Miller QC - 2TG – 2 Temple GardensExtremely strong on his feet, providing silky smooth advocacy.’

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