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Andrew Bartlett KC
Barrister and chartered arbitrator. Insurance, engineering and construction, energy, and other commercial disputes. Main focus of current work is as arbitrator in international arbitrations.
Called 1974; Middle Temple; Silk 1993. Member of Practice and Standards Committee of Chartered Institute of Arbitrators 2006-2012, Chairman of TECBAR 2007-2010, Head of Crown Office Chambers 2009-2012, Deputy High Court Judge (England and Wales), Judge of the Upper Tribunal, Tax and Chancery Chamber (Financial Services) and Administrative Appeals Chamber (Information Rights), Bencher of Middle Temple. Publications of note: general editor of Emden’s Construction Law (1998-2017) and author of the chapters on Arbitration and on Adjudication; articles include ‘Utmost Good Faith: Misrepresentation and Non-disclosure’ 131 Solicitors Journal 952 (1997), ‘Professional Indemnity Insurance: is there a duty to defend the assured?’ 13 Professional Negligence 59 (1997), ‘Attribution of Contributory Negligence: Agents, Company Directors and Fraudsters’ Law Quarterly Review (1998), ‘Model Arbitration Award’ (2000) 66 Arbitration 108, ‘Client-Friendly Arbitration’ (2000) 66 Arbitration 2, ‘Dealing with Experts’ TECBAR Review, summer 2012.
COMBAR, London Court of International Arbitration (European Users’ Council), TECBAR
Whitgift School; Jesus College, Oxford (1973 BA); 1988 FCIArb.
Lawyer Rankings(Leading arbitrators)Ranked: Tier 2
Andrew Bartlett KC – Crown Office Chambers ‘Andrew is one of the best. He is well known as being one of the hardest working Arbitrators. He has unqualified integrity. He moves things along but not at the expense of a proper and principled analysis.’