Andrew is an official CPDcast contributor and contributes to the following podcasts:
Andrew practises predominantly in employment and discrimination law but also undertakes work in the fields of sports law, personal injury, commercial and education law.
Andrew is a contributor to the discrimination law section of Jordan’s Employment Law. He has delivered seminars on a variety of topics, including the Equality Act 2010, the Agency Workers Regulations 2010, disability discrimination, High Court bonus claims and equal pay.
In the field of sports law, Andrew acted on behalf of the claimant in Iain Dowie v Charlton Athletic FC (2010), a case before the FA Premier League Managers Arbitration Tribunal. Andrew also has experience of claims involving the Football Agents Regulations; and was recently instructed on a dispute relating to membership of the Professional Speedway Elite League (led by Rhodri Thompson QC). The summer 2011 volume of the Entertainment and Sports Law Journal includes an article by Andrew entitled 'All Bets Are Off: Match Fixing in Sport - Some Recent Developments'.
Andrew’s civil practice also involves representing and advising clients on a range of personal injury claims (including RTAs, accidents at work, industrial deafness and Highways Act claims) and commercial disputes. In these fields, Andrew has experience of small claims and fast track trials in the County Court.
With regard to education law, Andrew recently appeared for the claimant in the Special Educational Needs and Disability Tribunal, in a case involving the refusal of a local authority to fund a placement for a statemented child in a specialist independent school.
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