Andrew L. Schwartz

Andrew L. Schwartz focuses on complex commercial, corporate and securities litigation, and represents clients on a wide range of matters, from class action litigations to privately negotiated resolutions of complicated disputes.  Andrew frequently represents private and public corporations, venture capital funds, investment banks, real estate organizations, corporate directors and individuals, and institutional investors – including sovereign wealth funds, family offices, mutual funds, banks, hedge funds, labor union and pension funds – in sophisticated commercial disputes in federal and state courts.  He also has significant experience defending companies in litigation arising from antitrust disputes, and is actively involved in the evolving legal landscape surrounding blockchain and distributed ledger technologies.

Andrew is also currently representing Jewish and Israeli students at New York University, Columbia, the University of Pennsylvania and Harvard, in federal courts in the Southern District of New York, Eastern District of Pennsylvania, and the District of Massachusetts, respectively, concerning allegations that the universities tolerate and enable hostile antisemitic educational environments, including pervasive acts of discrimination, harassment and intimidation in violation of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Andrew has been recognized by The Legal 500, by Benchmark Litigation as a Future Star and on its 40 & Under List, by Super Lawyers as a Rising Star and by Best Lawyers on its Ones to Watch list.