Andrew draws upon his successful trial experience to fashion individualized strategies for each client. This includes proactive counseling to avoid litigation where appropriate. He is able to offer unique insights and strategies because he has trial experience on “both sides of the v” and has argued before the U.S. First Circuit Court of Appeals and the Massachusetts Appeals Court.
Andrew regularly defends employers against claims of discrimination and wage and hour violations. He also has expertise in disputes involving trade secrets and non-competition agreements. Andrew also frequently represents professionals in malpractice claims and disciplinary proceedings. His practice also includes zoning and land use disputes.
Andrew has tried and won business litigation cases (both jury and jury-waived) awarding his clients multiple damages under Chapter 93A. He has expertise representing both investors and financial advisors in claims regarding suitability, failure to supervise, and elder abuse. This includes arbitration before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) as well as litigation in federal court. Andrew also has experience and expertise in post-closing disputes arising from M&A transactions.
Andrew serves as co-chair of the firm’s pro bono committee. He is actively involved in municipal government and currently serves on the Select Board for the Town of Southborough, MA. He is a past chair of its Zoning Board of Appeals. Before attending law school, Andrew worked as a congressional aide in Washington, D.C.
Andrew is a proud husband and father of two young children.