Andrew M. Purdy
Andrew M. Purdy has litigated a wide array of federal and state cases from inception to conclusion – either at trial or by the court’s disposition – over the last 12 years. Prior to joining the Joseph Saveri Law Firm, Andrew practiced with international law firms in both New York City and San Francisco, where he represented individual clients and business entities in securities and consumer class actions, regulatory enforcement and white collar criminal matters, as well numerous financial, commercial and intellectual property cases. He previously served as a sworn prosecutor in the San Francisco District Attorneys’ Office, conducting criminal jury trials on the City and County’s behalf.
In addition to his extensive litigation experience, Andrew has conducted a significant number of pre-suit fact investigations triggered by reports from whistleblowers, informants or corporate controls functions alleging wrongdoing ranging from financial accounting and securities fraud to trade secret theft to collusive price fixing and unlawful monopolization.
At the Joseph Saveri Law Firm, Andrew affirmatively prosecutes cases on behalf of the firm’s clients in all types of complex civil litigation. He specifically focuses on matters pursuing redress for anticompetitive practices and business injuries, enforcement of intellectual property and contractual rights, and resolution of business disputes.
Andrew is admitted to the New York and California bars. He contributes to the local bar through his involvement in the Edward J. McFetridge American Inn of Court, the Association of Business Trial Lawyers, the Bar Association of San Francisco and the Federal Bar Association.
Andrew received his J.D., cum laude, from American University, Washington College of Law in 2002, where he served on the American University Law Review’s editorial staff. He received his B.A., cum laude, in Political Science from Vanderbilt University in 1999.