Andrew Parker > Forsters LLP > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Forsters LLP
31 HILL STREET
LONDON
W1J 5LS
England

Work Department

Construction.

Position

Partner

Career

Andrew is the head of Forsters Hotels team. He has extensive experience of contentious construction matters, acting for developers, purchasers, tenants, main contractors and sub-contractors in disputes in the Technology and Construction Court, arbitration and adjudication. Andrew also provides legal and strategic advice to assist clients in the early resolution of disputes and in that regard he has experience of various forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), including representing parties in mediation. 

Andrew’s experience of non-contentious construction matters, includes drafting and advising on amendments to standard forms of building contract, professional team appointments, collateral warranties, third party rights notices, guarantees, performance bonds and escrow agreements.

Memberships

Law Society; Society for Construction Law.

Education

Nottingham High School; University College London (LLB, law).

Leisure

Golf and squash.

Lawyer Rankings

London > Industry focus > Hospitality and leisure

Andrew Parker, who has considerable experience in hotel sector construction, heads Forsters LLP‘ hotel and leisure team. The group provides a broad range of contentious and non-contentious advice to hotel owners, operators, developers and financiers on developments in London and the UK. The practice also boasts extensive expertise in luxury and boutique hotels. Key areas of work include hotel acquisitions, lease agreements, financing and planning.

London > Real estate > Construction: contentious

Forsters LLP provides support to a range of real estate clients, with a particular emphasis on the hotel sector. It also has experience acting for clients in disputes in other key sectors, including sport, retail and logistics. Andrew Parker leads the practice, handling disputes including delay and defect claims, and is supported at partner level by the newly promoted Emily Holdstock.