Andrew is a Partner of DarrowEverett’s Labor & Employment Practice Group. On the transactional side of the practice, he has represented clients ranging from small local businesses to those with a larger, multinational presence on matters ranging from acqui-hire transactions to due diligence on reverse SPAC mergers. Andrew has represented employers in federal and state litigation across the country involving claims of discrimination, harassment and retaliation, wage and hour violations, contract disputes, and other employment issues.
He regularly advises clients with respect to employment agreements, restrictive covenant compliance, regulatory compliance challenges, personnel policies, and day-to-day employment issues, and provides custom training programs and materials to clients on a variety of important topics, including wage and hour issues, paid and unpaid leave, ADA accommodations, and drugs and alcohol in the workplace. Andrew also has experience with state and federal agency investigations such as the U.S. Department of Labor, and he has additional experience in the labor side of the practice negotiating collective bargaining agreements and litigating unfair labor practice charges on behalf of employers.
Represented executives in a $21 million Series B round.
Represented artificial intelligence and machine learning company in an acquihire transaction.
Represented executives in the $43 million sale of a data analytics platform company.
Managed post-acquisition wind down of employment matters for international web-space company spanning across Canada, China, India, Oman and the Philippines.
Obtained summary judgment on all counts for employer in New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (NJLAD)/discrimination action in New Jersey Superior Court.
Before joining the DarrowEverett team and after serving in the United States Navy, Andrew was a labor and employment associate for a boutique New England law firm. While attending Western New England School of Law, Andrew was the Publication Editor for The Western New England Law Review.