Andreas Killi

Andreas Killi is a paralegal assisting in the Firm’s Commercial Litigation, Whistleblowing and Art & Cultural Property Law groups.

Andreas has particular experience in dispute resolution and has worked on claims before the English courts and in arbitration proceedings. He has previously supported multi-million-dollar litigation matters, group litigation, international arbitrations, judicial reviews.

Andreas is also experienced with U.S. Whistleblowing matters, assisting in the investigation, drafting and submitting of whistleblower award claims to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission in relation to fraud in foreign government programmes, financial and investment fraud and tax.

Prior to joining Constantine Cannon LLP, Andreas was a Senior Paralegal in the Commercial Litigation Department at Stewarts Law, where he managed and coordinated a team of over 30 commercial disputes paralegals.

Andreas studied Law with Criminology at Keele University before completing the LPC at Kaplan Law School in London.

Representative Matters

  • Acting for Euronet in litigation against Visa and Mastercard in the High Court and Competition Appeal Tribunal.
  • Negotiating a settlement in a mediation on behalf of a client regarding commercial rights to intellectual property.
  • Advising on and drafting cultural heritage regulations for a Middle-Eastern government entity.
  • Advising a government entity on the acquisition of ancient artefacts from around the world.
  • Supported a team advising European investors in connection with potential investment treaty arbitration disputes against South-East European State.
  • Assisted the team in a case involving a Gulf State; identifying and tracing assets arising from a largescale, multinational, multi-billion-dollar fraud, with a view to bringing proceedings in the English courts.
  • Supported case team in an £800m settlement on behalf of retail investors against a bank over claims of misrepresentation.
  • Assisting with a landmark 6-week trial for a $650m professional negligence case against a multi-national bank.
  • Assisted a team in an action brought by BVI-based liquidators against a UK bank for negligence relating to a high profile off-shore banking fraud.
  • Assisting in preparing claims for Judicial Review against government departments.

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