Andrew M.Ellis


Atlanta + 1.404.581.8721

Andrew Ellis focuses his practice on complex commercial and criminal litigation in state and federal courts. He represents clients in shareholder class action lawsuits, mortgage-backed securities litigation, white collar criminal matters, and internal investigations. He has experience with various stages of litigation, including factual investigation, drafting and responding to discovery, managing e-discovery, motions practice, and trial preparation.

Andrew has an active pro bono practice, including matters through the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation. He has represented domestic violence victims seeking temporary protective orders. While in law school, Andrew worked at Greater Boston Legal Services and Legal Aid of Western Missouri, which provide pro bono legal assistance to low-income persons.


  • Flowers Foods resolves putative securities class actionsJones Day represented Flowers Foods, Inc. in two putative securities fraud class actions filed against Flowers and certain officers and directors.
  • IBM defends litigation stemming from construction and technology deployment at Atlanta Falcons' Mercedes-Benz StadiumJones Day is defending International Business Machines Corporation ("IBM") in multiple disputes deriving from a state of the art passive optical network ("PON") and distributed antenna system ("DAS") technology deployment at the Atlanta Falcons' Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
  • Former CEO defends federal criminal investigation involving allegations of potential violations of Anti-Kickback statuteJones Day is representing a former CEO in a federal criminal investigation involving allegations of potential violations of the Anti-Kickback statute.