Andrew Quick > Stevens & Bolton LLP > Guildford, England > Lawyer Profile

Stevens & Bolton LLP

Work Department

Dispute resolution.


Partner specialising in commercial litigation and dispute resolution, with emphasis on corporate transactions (including breach of warranty) and professional negligence disputes.


Articled Frere Cholmeley; qualified 1990; solicitor Frere Cholmeley 1990-97; solicitor Stevens & Bolton LLP 1997-2000; partner 2000.


French (fluent).


Bradfield College; University of Exeter (LLB Hons European).


Family, golf.

Lawyer Rankings

London > Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation: mid-market

Comprising ‘City-quality lawyers, operating at out-of-town prices‘, Guildford firm Stevens & Bolton LLP has notable expertise in the life sciences, IT and technology, energy, insurance and franchising sectors. The team is led by commercial disputes, fraud and asset recovery specialist Sarah Murray, while Michael Frisby is an expert in life sciences, insurance, construction and engineering disputes, along with international arbitration. Also highly regarded, Andrew Quick is ‘a sage and experienced adviser‘, and Catherine Penny advises on a range of commercial disputes.

South East > Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation: Kent, Surrey and Sussex

Stevens & Bolton LLP regularly advises on international corporate, shareholder and commercial contract disputes across growth areas including the life sciences, energy and fraud spaces. Led by commercial disputes expert Sarah Murray in Guildford, who regularly acts for retail, insurance and healthcare clients and also heads up the firm’s international group, the team has recently handled breach of contract and negligence claims and has a client roster featuring the likes of Allianz Insurance and Phillips. Michael Frisby provides risk management advice and handles litigation, international arbitration and adjudication work. Catherine Penny has substantial experience in contract and earn out disputes, while Andrew Quick specialises in disputes arising out of corporate transactions and franchising arrangements, as well as professional negligence claims.