Andrew McFadden focuses on the construction and infrastructure sectors, bringing significant experience in procurement disputes, construction related litigation and employment issues.
Andrew advises a wide range of clients, but specialises in providing services to the infrastructure sector, and regularly advises major construction and engineering companies in respect of contractual, procurement and other disputes. His strong relationships with his clients allow him to understand the acute needs of this sector, resulting in him providing a tailored approach to his clients’ specific legal and business needs. He is particularly attuned to the needs of businesses with an all-Ireland presence, and has developed strong networks to assist with this, including mitigating the impact of Brexit on such clients.
Andrew completed his apprenticeship with a top-tier global commercial law firm and is admitted to the Roll of Solicitors in both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Law Society of Ireland
Law Society of Northern Ireland
State Bar Licenses
- Advising a subcontractor in respect of COVID-19 as a Force Majeure claim under a multi-million-euro construction contract.
- Representing a major domestic engineering company in respect of large-scale breach of contract claims and employment issues.
- Acting for a significant Irish and UK infrastructure provider in judicial review proceedings against public sector bodies, corporate defamation, and general litigation claims.
- Working with a major Irish infrastructure provider in relation to a range of matters, including debt recovery and employment issues.
- Acting for a large national logistics company in respect of various matters, such as employment disputes, breach of contract and debt recovery claims.
- Advancing a range of cases on behalf of a major Irish construction client, including defending PI and breach of contract claims.