Andrew Oldland QC
Read Andrew's comments on the LIBOR scandal and other financial and regulatory issues.
Financial News - City lawyers dismiss 'hopeless' criminal sanction threat to bankers
Financial News - Dodging the EURIBOR bullet
The Lawyer - Opinion: What else does this guy know?
The Telegraph - Three arrested in SFO LIBOR-rigging investigation
The Lawyer - Third Time Unlucky for UBS
Independent - Barclays' value plummets £4bn as shareholders flee
Law Society Gazette - News Focus - who will bring a LIBOR claim?
Andrew joined the Business Group of Michelmores in 2011 and is Head of the Regulatory Team.
Andrew is a barrister and became a Queen's Counsel in April 2011. He has held a number of senior regulatory and prosecution roles, including standing counsel to HM Revenue & Customs and the 'A' lists of counsel for both the Attorney-General and the Serious Fraud Office. He also frequently acts for and against government departments and agencies on regulatory matters.
Andrew specialises in a wide range of regulatory matters, and has particular expertise in financial regulation (including anti-corruption and anti-money laundering), maritime, fisheries, transport, environmental law and health & safety. He regularly acts for large corporate clients and insurers facing proceedings for regulatory and health & safety offences. He is recognised as a specialist in restraint and confiscation proceedings.
His maritime practice includes collisions at sea, onboard accidents, pollution and licensing for marine planning applications.
Andrew is a highly experienced advocate and is able to provide continuity of representation from initial advice through to the conclusion of any court or tribunal proceedings.
Andrew has been a Recorder of the Crown Court since 2004.