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Andrew joined Fenton Law Group as an attorney in January of 2017, but has worked at the firm as a law clerk since February of 2016. He has drafted many letters on behalf of clients to negotiate settlements, respond to accusations, or to initiate or threaten litigation. He has also drafted motions to compel discovery, request continuances, defend against Anti-SLAPP, and to prevent the removal of economic limitations in limited civil cases. He has performed extensive research in healthcare and pharmacy law on topics such as HIPAA liability, California’s corporate practice of medicine bar, state and federal anti-kickback statutes, electronic prescriptions of Schedule II controlled substances, and more. He has prepared petitions for license reinstatement, petitions for revocation of probation or mitigation of probation for clients before the Board of Medicine and Nursing. He has also prepared case files to defend accused medical and pharmaceutical license holders before administrative law judges.
Before joining Fenton Law Group, Andrew clerked for the Los Angeles County Counsel where he performed a deposition defense over an eminent domain issue; researched and prepared memoranda on healthcare, privacy, ADA compliance, the California Public Records Act, and others; and performed a demurrer hearing for a tort claim. He also clerked for the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office’s Cyber Crime Unit and with the Compton Branch’s Victim Impact Program. With the District Attorney’s Office, Andrew held to answer two preliminary hearings for a felon with a firearm; reviewed many cases for filing and recommended cases for prosecution; and wrote memoranda on sentencing, the charging of identity theft suspects, and U-visa applications. Prior to law school, Andrew interned at Squire Patton Boggs where he reviewed multiple real estate loan and financial agreements; drafted a section of a dealership agreement; and performed research regarding an age discrimination issue and a bankruptcy issue.
In his spare time Andrew enjoys reading tech news, reading books for pleasure, studying early 20th century Japanese history, and swimming.