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Andrew Savage qualified as a solicitor in 1997 and became a Partner at Watson Farley & Williams in 2004. He was appointed Head of Litigation and Arbitration in 2007 and specialises in commercial and finance disputes and international arbitration. He has acted on various large-scale cases involving cross border issues and regarding the relationship between arbitration and court proceedings within and across states. He has also acted for and against state entities including the Federal Republic of Germany (in relation to an important art theft case) and the government of the Republic of Zambia (an arbitration raising private law and public international law issues). The arbitration and litigation cases he has advised on have related to finance, insolvency, energy, insurance (for policy holders), commodities, insurance, shipping, construction, computer software and art theft.
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