Andrew’s practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, with an emphasis on high-risk product liability matters. His client-focused approach, creativity, and attention to detail help his clients achieve successful outcomes.    

Andrew has experience representing individuals and corporations in a wide range of significant matters, including securities, antitrust, class actions and multidistrict litigations. For example, Andrew currently on the team representing plaintiffs in the largest class action MDL in history, which involves claims against Takata and several of the world’s largest automobile manufacturers. 

Andrew also has extensive experience defending Philip Morris USA in numerous actions against claims for injuries allegedly caused by smoking cigarettes.

Prior to joining Boies Schiller Flexner, Andrew was an associate with a South Florida law firm where his practice included international and domestic business transactions, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate governance.

Andrew’s recent experience includes:

  • Representing a Fortune 100 silicone manufacturer in a series of securities fraud cases concerning investments in auction rate securities, including In re Merrill Lynch Auction Rate Securities Litigationand Dow Corning v. BB&T
  • Representing a group of 3,700 retail pharmacies in a federal antitrust action against major drug manufacturers
  • Representing a group of corporate clients who opted out of a large class action to pursue their own claims for damages that arose from a price-fixing cartel in the LCD industry
  • Handling a private equity group’s multijurisdictional acquisition of a global energy conglomerate’s downstream fuel distribution assets

  • Nova Southeastern University, Shephard Broad Law Center, J.D.; Co-Founder/Secretary, Phi Delta Phi
  • Bentley University, B.S., Finance; President's Academic Scholar


  • New York
  • Florida

American Bar Association

Florida State Bar Association

New York State Bar Association