Peter B. Andrews
Peter B. Andrews, a co-founding partner of Andrews & Springer, LLC, has over fifteen years of experience in complex commercial litigation. A graduate of Colby College (1992) and The Dickinson School of Law (1998), Mr. Andrews started his career with a niche group in a large Philadelphia law firm where he specialized in the representation of securities brokers and broker-dealers in litigation pending in various forums, including NASD and NYSE arbitrations.
Recruited for his securities industry experience, Mr. Andrews next took his practice to a national litigation boutique, Grant & Eisenhofer, where he represented institutional investors and individuals in various complex commercial actions, including securities class actions, derivative suits and M&A Litigation. During this employment, Mr. Andrews also gained experience in a wide variety of litigation matters outside of the securities industry such as qui tam (“whistleblower”) litigation, Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) collective actions, and consumer protection cases. While at Grant & Eisenhofer, Mr. Andrews participated in many notable and high profile cases, including Tyco and Enron, and also achieved monetary recoveries for stockholders in such matters as the Atlas Energy Resources, LLC Unitholder Litigation, and Rahl v. Flag Telecom, Inc.
In late 2012, Mr. Andrews was recruited by a New York-based class action law firm, in order to become the managing partner of the Wilmington, Delaware office. Leading the Delaware office, Mr. Andrews frequently appeared before the Delaware Chancery Court for arguments on various issues, including injunctive proceedings to protect shareholder rights in merger litigation.
Mr. Andrews is licensed in Delaware and Pennsylvania, and is also admitted to practice in numerous jurisdictions, including the Third Circuit Court of Appeals.