Andries StanderDirector | Attorney
Areas of Expertise
- Commercial Litigation
- Insolvency Law
- Family Law
- Criminal Law
Backed by a wealth of experience in major litigation in both the High Court and Magistrates Courts, Andries leads and mentors the dynamic Litigation team at Barnard Inc.
He serves a wide range of private and commercial clients, particularly commercial property owners, investors, insurance companies, and clients in the engineering and manufacturing industries in a broad range of litigation matters such as; construction disputes, insolvency related disputes,; business rescue and corporate recovery; commercial finance and banking disputes; secured and unsecured debt recovery; and general contractual disputes.
Andries believes in following a strategic, practical and commercial approach to resolving disputes and have successfully represented clients in both the Supreme Court of Appeal and Constitutional Court.
Using our extensive knowledge and experience, we aim to add value and practical solutions.
Andries obtained his BCom and LLB degrees from the North West University and was admitted as an Attorney of the High Court of South Africa in 2009.
After commencing his Articles of Clerkship, he realised that he had a keen interest in litigation. In this time, and the years prior to his joining Barnard Inc., Andries served major clients in the banking sector and gained valuable experience from various mentors in the different applications of consumer and credit legislation. He joined Barnard Inc. in 2011.
In his free time, Andries cherishes time spent with his young family and practicing photography.
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