When a case is heading to trial, Andrea sees the whole picture. Throughout her career she has litigated matters from motion practice to arbitrations, mediations and jury trials. She has also represented both plaintiffs and defendants, giving her an insight she draws on when presenting cases to a judge or jury. Her significant trial experience helps her develop strategies in order to get the best outcomes for her clients.
Andrea represents clients facing premises liability matters, contract disputes, products liability matters, and coverage disputes. She represents businesses as property owners, as well as contractors and subcontractors in property management.
Membership & Involvement
- Member: Illinois State Bar Association; Chicago Bar Association; Wisconsin Bar Association
- What the SEC’s New Strategic Plan Means for the Financial Industry and InvestorsWhat the SEC’s New Strategic Plan Means for the Financial Industry and Investors
On August 24, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) released a draft of its strategic plan for 2022 – 2026, outlining its key initiatives for the next four years. The SEC’s mission is to protect investors, maintain fair, orderly, and efficient markets, and facilitate capital formation. Its strategic plan is intended to further that mission by laying out goals that will guide its policy and decision making.
- The Challenge of Serving in Black Robes, Not White Coats: The Second District Affirms the Denial of Patients’ Requests for IvermectinThe Challenge of Serving in Black Robes, Not White Coats: The Second District Affirms the Denial of Patients’ Requests for Ivermectin
Read Edna McLain’s recent article, “The Challenge of Serving in Black Robes, Not White Coats: The Second District Affirms the Denial of Patients’ Requests for Ivermectin” in IDC Quarterly!
- Hold the Phones: State-level Telemarketing Laws In EffectHold the Phones: State-level Telemarketing Laws In Effect
Keep up to date with both the federal TCPA requirements and several state-level statutes!
- Illinois Pre-Judgment Interest Statute Declared UnconstitutionalIllinois Pre-Judgment Interest Statute Declared Unconstitutional
On May 27, 2022, Judge Marcia Maras in the Circuit Court of Cook County issued a memorandum, holding Illinois’s recently enacted prejudgment interest statute unconstitutional, and holding that the legislation violated both the right of trial by jury and the prohibition against special legislation.
Marquette University Law School, J.D., 2012
Southeast Missouri State University, B.S., 2009, cum laude