Andrew puts his clients’ goals at the forefront, providing them with on-point counsel and analyses that helps them navigate complex legal and regulatory challenges. Andrew focuses his counseling and advocacy on finding effective — and often creative — solutions to the problems and issues his clients bring to the table. Often, this involves looking not just at the legal aspects of a case, but the practical aspects as well. Focusing his practice on commercial and complex legal matters, including insurance, municipal, and general business litigation, Andrew helps clients in a wide range of industries, from retail and professional services to construction and real estate.
A former regulator with the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies, Andrew routinely represents regulated professionals (such as insurance companies and agencies, real estate brokers, engineers—even nail salons and barbers) in administrative and regulatory matters. Recently, Andrew represented small business owners and other professionals in cases with state regulatory bodies, working to resolve administrative mishaps and preserve his clients’ professional licenses. He has represented larger clients in market conduct exam responses, investigations, and corporate affairs proceedings, including mergers and acquisitions with heavily-regulated businesses.
Additionally, Andrew handles breach of contract actions, professional negligence cases, and other general commercial litigation. His practice also entails the representation of a Colorado municipality in code enforcement litigation and other municipal matters.
In law school, Andrew was awarded the University of Denver Provost's Scholarship; the Berenbaum, Weinshienk, and Easton Endowed Scholarship; the Scholastic Excellence Award for highest grade in criminal law; and the Hartje Objective Writing Award for best final memo in Lawyering Process.