Andrew Gill
I specialise in controversial regulatory matters, dispute resolution and commercial litigation, often dealing with large, complex and sensitive disputes in the agribusiness, environmental, government, regulatory and technology sectors.
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This work has given me a full understanding of the competing priorities of commercial and government clients. I am dedicated to addressing each client’s priorities, and protecting personal and corporate reputations.

I regularly conduct proceedings before the Federal Court of Australia, the High Court of Australia, state Supreme Courts, and other courts and tribunals. In doing so, I collaborate seamlessly with other advisers, achieving client priorities within time parameters and budgets.

Career highlights

  • Home Insulation Program – resolved $400M in class action claims brought by commercial entities involved in the program
  • Hewlett Packard - advised regarding Commonwealth sensitive data outages
  • 'Super trawler' - acted for the regulator regarding the MV Abel Tasman matter. Assisted the Department of Environment regarding the EPBC Federal Court matter.
  • Representing Elders, AAco, CPC and other industry members in the ‘Live Trade to Indonesia’ class action
  • Department of Defence – helped reduce risk during the introduction of the F-35A Joint Strike Fighter Program, including EPBC and environmental concerns
  • Commonwealth Government – advised on Biosecurity and numerous import risk analyses, including the import of apples from New Zealand and China, and in a $4.7 billion financial controversy involving the Telstra and Australia Post superannuation schemes
  • Airservices Australia and other Commonwealth Government departments – advised on aircraft noise matters, representing Airservices Australia in four successful Federal Court cases