Fortune 500 companies, mid-size enterprises, start-ups and individuals all look to Andrew to help them resolve business disputes. These disputes arise out of, among other things, real estate transactions, equipment leases, consumer fraud claims, covenants not to compete, trade secrets claims and securities claims. Notable engagements in which Andrew has participated include:
Obtaining a multi-million dollar arbitration award in favor of an investor in a hedge fund;
Defeating claims seeking more than $15 million in damages from our client, while obtaining a judgment for damages, attorneys’ fees and expenses in our client’s favor on its counterclaims;
Dismissing claims brought against corporate officers under the fiduciary shield doctrine;
Prosecuting and defending restraining orders based on employees’ covenants not to compete; and
Defeating a preliminary injunction motion seeking to enforce a restrictive covenant in a real estate contract.
For seven consecutive years, Andrew has been recognized as a “Rising Star,” and one of the Top Young Commercial Litigation Attorneys in Illinois. In addition to serving his clients, Andrew has been a Director of Sarah’s Circle, a not-for-profit drop-in shelter for homeless women in Chicago. Andrew is a member of the Young Real Estate Professionals organization.
Before joining Novack and Macey in 2003, he was an associate at Mayer Brown LLP. Andrew was born in Lansing, Michigan, and now lives with his family outside of Chicago.
University of Michigan (B.A. 1996)
Loyola University Chicago School of Law (J.D. 1999), Magna Cum Laude; lead articles editor, Loyola University Chicago Law Journal
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
Trial Bar of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
SPEECHES AND PUBLICATIONS
Lecturer, “Practicing In Federal Courts Webcasts: Pleadings,” Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education (IICLE) (2013)
Co-Author, “Contract Law: Breach of Contract and Nonperformance,” Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education (IICLE) (2013)
Author, “Ch. 12 Federal Civil Practice: Protecting the Record and Perfecting the Appeal” Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education (IICLE) (2012 Supplement)
“Employee communications: How to balance privacy with employer practices,” Smart Business Chicago, November 2011 PDF
Andrew D. Campbell, Note, Kansas v. Hendricks: Absent a Clear Meaning of Punishment, States Are Permitted to Violate Double Jeopardy Clause, 30 Loy. U. Chi. L. J. 87 (1998)