Andrew Spangenberg has extensive experience in high-stakes commercial litigation across many industries. His experience includes spearheading discovery efforts in both an ownership valuation dispute of a professional sports team and a multimillion dollar intellectual property dispute in the software industry. Andrew has drafted pleadings and motions, taken depositions, drafted effective dispositive motions and briefs, and argued motions.
Andrew has appeared in federal courts in actions relating to consumer credit reporting as part of Jones Day's national representation of Experian Information Solutions. He also helped sustain a multibillion dollar valuation of an NFL team in an ownership dispute, recovering the full claim at issue. Andrew's experience also includes trade secret, intellectual property, public nuisance, and tort disputes.
Andrew is active in the Firm's pro bono initiatives and is assisting indigent veterans facing various legal issues. In addition, he has spoken on the federal court system and First Amendment protections relating to religion.
- August - September 2020
Lifeway Baptist Church: Religion and Government Series
- Pennsylvania State University (J.D. magna cum laude 2016; Comments Editor, Law Review; Recipient of numerous CALI awards); Temple University (B.S. in Business Administration 2011; People First Certificate); Bucks County Community College (Associate of Arts in Business Administration 2009)
- Intern, Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General, Office of Consumer Advocate (May-December 2014)
- Extern to Judge Yvette Kane, U.S. District Court, Middle District of Pennsylvania (2015)