Mr Andrew Campbell-Tiech > Chambers of Karim Khalil QC and Andrew Campbell Tiech QC > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Chambers of Karim Khalil QC and Andrew Campbell Tiech QC
Drystone Chambers
35 BEDFORD ROW
LONDON
WC1R 4JH
England

Position

Fraud – crime (including money laundering and asset forfeiture) – Leading silks Professional Discipline Public Law Consumer Law Regulatory Prosecutions Extradition

Career

A highly experienced advocate whose practice covers a broad range of criminal civil and public law cases, Andrew is also the joint head of Drystone Chambers.

Chambers & Partners says: “He is ferociously intelligent and commercially savvy”. “One of the brightest and most cerebral barristers practising at the Bar today. He has a great tactical mind and is a powerful advocate”. “His intellect and judgement are first-rate, and he gets straight to the point in POCA matters”. “He is enormously intelligent, and is a fierce proponent of his client’s cause through compelling and persuasive advocacy.” “A fantastic lawyer with a fantastic intellect and fantastic judgement”. “He genuinely cares about clients”. The Legal 500 directory also recommends Andrew, quoting client feedback that states he is a “highly intelligent and exceptionally eloquent silk”. “One of the most intelligent and persuasive advocates a solicitor can have the pleasure of working with”. “An exceptional advocate, a great team leader and one of the calmest silks in times of great stress”. (Ranked in Criminal Law and POCA).

Andrew has a substantial advisory practice in the quasi-criminal aspects of consumer law, and has a particular interest in the disentangling of EU regulations.

Recent asset recovery cases include a challenge to the lawfulness of confiscation undertaken by a private prosecutor; tracing assets through special purpose vehicles; off-shore trusts; confiscation in absentia; trade marks and the assumptions; planning enforcement notices and the assumptions.

Recent fraud, bribery and corruption cases range from Iran sanctions busting to fraud upon the NHS, the LAA and others.

Recent regulatory cases include contested hearings before RCVS, HCPC, BACP and UKCP.