Andrew R.J. Muir

Andrew R. J. Muir’s practice focuses on investigations and white collar criminal defense, as well as complex civil litigation. Andrew works with clients in both state and federal criminal proceedings and with respect to intellectual property and commercial disputes, including Lanham Act litigation, corporate governance and fiduciary duties suits, and various fraud and unfair business practice matters.

Andrew also devotes significant time to pro bono matters, most recently representing a plaintiff in a civil rights case brought pursuant to § 1983 and advising a non-profit advocacy group and a startup company with respect to intellectual property and entity formation issues.

Andrew has authored several articles including "Guilty Pleas and Defendant Rights,” in The Daily Journal; “Shelter from the Storm: Ninth Circuit Provides Shield for MMJ Businesses,” in Marijuana Industry News; “Criminal Counterfeiting: Tips for Successful Collaboration with Law Enforcement,” in InsideCounsel; “4 Steps To A Profitable Brand Protection Program,” in Law360; “Maximizing brand protection budget: Make anti-counterfeiting programs work for you,” in InsideCounsel; “Stopped at the Border: How U.S. Customs and Border Protection Can Help Protect Your Brand,” in InsideCounsel; and he co-authored the Fourth Edition of Volume 7 in the Massachusetts Legal Practice Library, “Massachusetts Corporations and Other Business Entities.”