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Andrew Gillett

“A practical and plain talking lawyer who brings his extensive knowledge and experience to providing effective, real time solutions to problems that would otherwise keep you awake at night.”

Andrew qualified as a solicitor in 1991 and specialises in dispute resolution in our Litigation department. He has over 30 years’ experience supporting both individual and commercial clients in addressing disputes, contractual, commercial and employment matters. He has also undertaken high profile criminal work addressing the most serious of criminal offences and fraud.

Prior to joining the Dispute Resolution team at Leonard Gray in 2021, Andrew held positions as a Partner, Member and Head of Department with several international Legal 100 practices.

His extensive skill set and experience is now directed towards assisting our clients with a wide range of issues including:

  • Breach of contract
  • Civil & commercial litigation
  • Debt recovery and enforcement of judgement and writs
  • Consumer and sale of goods and services disputes
  • Director and shareholder disputes, insolvency and directors fiduciary duties
  • Construction disputes relating to post-completion defects and construction adjudication
  • Adverse possession claims
  • Employment issues including contracts, redundancy, dismissal and settlement agreements
  • Contentious probate, Inheritance Act claims and will disputes
  • Residential and commercial possession claims
  • Boundary & neighbour disputes
  • Company formations, mergers and acquisitions
  • Planning and licence disputes, change of use and tenancy disputes
  • Professional negligence
  • Intellectual property and data protection regulations

Outside of his professional work Andrew is a father of 2 children and enjoys a number of outdoor pursuits including running, cycling, racket sports, swimming, SCUBA diving and mountaineering. As one of his memorable achievements he led a 4 man unguided expedition to the summit of Denali (Mount McKinley) at 20,310 feet, the highest peak in North America.