Andrew focuses on a wide range of civil matters, including professional liability, transportation litigation, insurance coverage disputes, toxic tort, premises liability, employment disputes, commercial litigation, and general liability.
Prior to joining the firm, Andrew worked as a legal analyst for the Sports Integrity Initiative, where worked on sport regulatory and integrity issues. Previously, Andrew clerked for the Honorable F. Patrick McManimon in the New Jersey Superior Court. While at the Superior Court, Andrew prepared bench memos in civil matters, managed the small claims mediation program, and served as a mediator.
Andrew attended Villanova University School of Law where he served on the executive board of the Art Law Society. While in law school, Andrew interned for judges sitting in both appellate level courts of Pennsylvania. Andrew also took part in Villanova’s international J.D./LL.M. program, attending the Instituto Superior de Derecho y Economía in Madrid, where he received a master’s in international sports law and spent his professional rotation at a boutique sports law firm focusing on disputes arising out of alleged violations of the World Anti-Doping Code before various arbitral bodies including the Court of Arbitration for Sport, and the American Arbitration Association.
Andrew received his undergraduate degree from Pennsylvania State University.
The Legality of Daily Fantasy Sports Betting in the U.S.; LawInSport, July 15, 2015
Growth of eSports: Regulatory Concerns; The Sports Integrity Initiative, Dec 16, 2015
Is Daily Fantasy Sport Legal? An Analysis of the Debate in Nevada, New York, and Illinois; LawInSport, Feb 22, 2016
J.D., Villanova School of Law, Villanova, Pennsylvania, 2013
LL.M., Instituto Superior de Derecho y Economía, Madrid, Spain, 2013
B.A., Pennsylvania State University, 2009