Andrew King advises and represents clients in civil litigation in state and federal courts across the country. Andrew is highly trained and experienced in the full range of litigation processes, including trial and alternative dispute resolution, and provides his clients with cost-effective and efficient representation. With a focus on complex business disputes, Andrew brings an analytical mind and competitive drive to cases involving commercial contracts, business torts, products liability, trademark infringement and medical marijuana regulatory law. In addition to his trial practice, Andrew counsels clients on risk management and exposure. By addressing potential liability before litigation, he is able to position his clients for success in any future adversarial proceedings, and can often help clients avoid litigation entirely.
A Columbus native, Andrew is proud of his community and works hard to elevate and give back to Central Ohio. Andrew currently serves as a commissioner on the Create Columbus Commission, and before that was a leader in, and pro bono general counsel for, the Save The Crew organization and movement.
While in law school, Andrew worked as a law clerk for The Honorable Deborah A. Robinson of the District Court for the District of Columbia. Additionally, Andrew was a member of the William & Mary Law Review and was the Chief Tournament Counsel of the William & Mary National Mock Trial Team.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Andrew H. King