Andrew's practice focuses primarily on antitrust litigation and compliance counseling as well as complex commercial litigation, including insurance recovery litigation. Andrew has extensive experience litigating a broad range of matters in federal and state courts across the country.
Before joining the firm, Andrew served as a law clerk for the Honorable Charles A. Pannell, Jr., U.S. District Judge for the Northern District of Georgia. Andrew also practiced as a litigator in the Atlanta, Georgia office of another large law firm, where he focused on complex commercial and insurance recovery litigation. Andrew also served as a Special Assistant State’s Attorney in the Office of the Cook County State’s Attorney, where he prosecuted misdemeanor violations of state and municipal law.
Andrew also enjoys pro bono work, especially assisting clients with civil rights matters.
“The most rewarding part of practicing law is helping solve my clients’ problems—no matter how big or how small they may be.”
Representation of a pharmaceutical manufacturer in affirmative antitrust litigation against a competitor.
Representation of an industrial products company in affirmative antitrust litigation against a competitor.
Representation of a medical supply company in insurance recovery litigation against its Commercial General Liability insurance carriers concerning disparagement coverage.
Representation of a major city in litigation to recover insurance proceeds and tort damages from its former property insurer following flood damage at the city’s largest wastewater treatment facility. The case ended in a favorable settlement for the client.
Representation of a financial institution in insurance recovery litigation against carrier under Banker’s Professional Liability policy.
Representation of a financial institution in commercial litigation arising out of technology outsourcing contract.
Representation of owner of an industrial property in litigation arising out of a fire that damaged neighboring property.
Representation, on a pro bono basis, of the estates and family members of two men killed while they were housed in a Georgia state prison. The two federal civil rights cases ended in significant monetary settlements paid to the estates and family members.