Andrew focuses his practice on the litigation of patents covering high-tech subject matter, ranging from Internet and network technology to low-level CPU and hard drive technology.
Before practicing law, Andrew worked as an IT and software development specialist for various Pittsburgh businesses, including U.S. Steel. Since graduating from Temple Law School in 2009, Andrew has leveraged his technical expertise by representing electronics, computer, and e-commerce companies in patent cases, achieving successful results in federal district court and in cases before the United States International Trade Commission.
In 2014, Andrew was part of a trial team that achieved a favorable jury verdict in a multi-million dollar contract case in the Northern District of California involving the design and manufacture of integrated circuits for use in GPS navigation systems.
Andrew was a Lead Research Editor for Temple Law Review and has written on a number of technology issues, including an article regarding Slingbox placeshifting, published in the Temple Law Review, and a guide for lawyers about the use of Wikis as knowledge management tools in the law firm environment, published in the ABA’s Law Practice Today webzine.
In 2014-2015, Andrew clerked for the Honorable Christopher J. Burke, United States District Court for the District of Delaware. During law school, Andrew interned for the Honorable R.M. Bumb, District Judge for the District of New Jersey.
Andrew has represented clients pro bono in the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware, and before the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.