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Andrew Gill

Andrew Gill

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MinterEllison
Australia

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Profile

Andrew is a commercial litigation, regulatory and dispute resolution specialist acting for both Government and private sector clients in all major jurisdictions in Australia.

Highly skilled in both dispute avoidance and major litigation, Andrew deals widely in large, complex and sensitive Commonwealth and corporate disputes focused on the regulatory, government, technology, agribusiness and environmental sectors.

He has a strong reputation in alternative dispute resolution advising a number of Commonwealth departments on both active dispute management and early conflict avoidance processes, including risk audits.

In litigation, Andrew regularly conducts proceedings before the Federal Court, State Supreme Courts, the High Court of Australia, and other courts and tribunals.

His recent dispute work includes acting for AFMA in the 'Supertrawler' matter, resolving class claims brought by commercial entities involved in the Home Insulation Program, acting for the Commonwealth to reduce risk in the introduction of the F-35A Joint Strike Fighter Program and in the Import Risk Analysis for Apples from New Zealand and China, and resolving a $4.7 billion superannuation scheme dispute.

Some leading clients include Airservices Australia, the Department of Human Services, the Department of Finance, the Department of Defence, University of Cambridge, GE Healthcare, Elders Ltd, AACo, CSIRO and Lend Lease.

Education

BCom LLB
Areas of Practice
Professional Career

Professional Associations

  • Committee member, ACT Law Society (Alternative Dispute Resolution committee)
  • Director, Society of Construction Lawyers Australia
  • Member, ADR Committee of the International Chamber of Commerce
Articles

Australian Food and Agribusiness 2017: Key Themes
MinterEllison, March 2017

2017 is a year of opportunity and challenge for the Australian food and agribusiness sector.  We anticipate an uplift in food and agribusiness M&A activity, and have identified 6 key themes  that are likely to play out in the remainder of 2017. Download our report: Australian Food and Agribusiness 2017: Key themes Opportunities and Challenges – 6 key themes Three key opportunities 1...

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