Spink, Andrew QC
Andrew has 25 years’ experience as an advocate in the civil courts and various tribunals and in the provision of technical and strategic legal advice to clients involved in complex civil litigation, whether as individuals, partnerships, companies, pension scheme trustees, employers and members, government departments, or participants in multiparty group actions.
Variously described by solicitors or opponents interviewed by the legal directories in the eight years since he took silk as ‘highly valued’, ‘seriously good’, and ‘reliable, commercial and pragmatic’, Spink specialises principally in commercial, financial services, pensions and professional negligence dispute resolution, whether it be proposed or established litigation in the civil courts or cases for mediation or other forms of ADR, or regulatory cases in front of the Determinations Panel of the Pensions Regulator and the Upper Tribunal, a new and fast-developing pensions jurisdiction where Andrew has been involved in three of the most significant recent cases.
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