Drew Turnier's practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, international arbitration, and cross-border dispute matters. His experience includes various aspects of civil and business litigation in federal and state courts, including electronic discovery, offensive and defensive discovery, motion practice, and trial work.
Drew also has practiced before an International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) tribunal and is currently involved in an investor-state arbitration. He has advised clients on cross-border discovery matters and international trade law issues, such as export controls, and antidumping and countervailing duties.
Drew has represented clients in a range of industries, including financial services, consumer products, automotive, railways, and construction. His experience includes matters related to the Clayton Act, the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), and the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) regulations.
Drew also maintains an active pro bono practice. His pro bono experience includes successfully litigating an FOIA appeal, as part of a broader immigration and civil rights matter. For his work on this matter, Drew received the Freedom of Information Act Award in 2016 from the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Southern California. Drew is currently assisting an unaccompanied minor in obtaining asylum.
Miami International Commercial Arbitration Court: Another Reason Why Miami Is Becoming the Preferred Seat for Latin American Arbitrations
OFAC Sanctions Update: U.S. Government Authorizes Sanctions Related to Malicious Cyber-Related Activities, Encourages Telecom Investment in Cuba
- University of Notre Dame (J.D. magna cum laude 2014; Senior Editor, Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy); University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (B.A. in Political Science and Communication 2010)
- Florida, District of Columbia, and Maryland
- Best Lawyers in America "Ones to Watch" (2021)
- Intern to the Hon. Charles R. Wilson, U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit (Summer 2012)