About this Blog

The Art of Resolution is a blog devoted to creative problem-solving through litigation and arbitration of complicated disputes. Our posts look at current events, litigated and arbitrated disputes, art and literature, and history for approaches that have or have not been persuasive and successful in solving complex problems.

About Andrew

Andrew is a partner in the Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution groups at Arnall Golden Gregory LLP. He is recognized in “Best Lawyers” in the area of Commercial Litigation, is an arbitrator on the American Arbitration Association’s commercial panel and a registered mediator with expertise in both traditional and online dispute resolution. His practice is focused on protecting his clients’ business assets, including technology and intellectual property, in high stakes and bet-the-company litigation. In over twenty years of experience he has successfully resolved matters including breach of commercial contracts, employment, interference with business relations, business valuation, unfair competition, theft of trade secrets, false advertising, trademark and patent infringement, defamation and rights of publicity, breach of fiduciary duty, and shareholder rights and corporate governance.

He counsels clients across a range of industries including healthcare, technology, manufacturing, software and app development, and life sciences. As a member of the firm’s international business team and a German speaker with an L.L.M. in international and comparative law, he also handles a range of cross-border disputes.

Arnall Golden Gregory

Arnall Golden Gregory (AGG), an Am Law 200 law firm with 180 attorneys in Atlanta and Washington, D.C., takes a “business sensibility” approach when advising clients. AGG provides industry knowledge, attention to detail, transparency and value to help businesses and individuals achieve their definition of success. AGG’s transaction, litigation, regulatory and privacy counselors serve clients in healthcare, real estate, retail, fintech/payment systems, global commerce/global mobility, government investigations, life sciences and logistics and transportation. AGG subscribes to the belief “not if, but how.”