Our lawyers - Andrew Kinnison
"The support and advice that you gave me during our negotiations was outstanding."
Andrew specialises in commercial litigation (international and domestic) and insolvency, including ADR, banking and professional negligence. Andrew is a member of the Insolvency Lawyers' Association, a member of INSOL, and a member of R3.
He qualified as a barrister in 1988, qualified as a solicitor in 1993 (England & Wales and Hong Kong) and is now qualified as a solicitor advocate (all Higher Courts). Andrew joined Greene & Greene in 2007. Before joining the firm, Andrew was a partner with Holman Fenwick & Willan in Hong Kong.
Greene & Greene's commercial litigation team is recommended in the Legal 500's independent research as being "a City firm that happens to be in Suffolk" and ranked as a first tier firm.
Andrew is described as a "well respected" litigator who is "thorough and imaginative". He is "an excellent choice" and "does an excellent job in preparing cases" . He has "a firm grasp of insolvency issues" and is "efficient, capable, sociable and enthusiastic".
Besides commercial litigation, Andrew is rated in other practice areas; insolvency and corporate recovery, professional negligence and property litigation. He works with others in the team to provide clients with "a remarkable service, rarely seen in business today" ; a team that is also commended for its "excellent business acumen and unbiased advice explained in layman's terms".
[source: Legal 500 2010, 2011, 2012]
Andrew continues to secure excellent results, quickly and effectively, for clients involved in a wide variety of disputes. These range from day-to-day commercial and property disputes to multi-million pound commercial claims, including earn-out disputes and claims against banks. Further details of recent cases appear on our blog.
Andrew has also provided seminar programmes for leading firms of accountants. He has written extensively for a number of international publications dealing with fraud and insolvency related issues and is a key speaker on the College of Law's 'Private Client: Bankrupt Estates and Beneficiaries' update. Details of which appear on our blog.
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