Before law school, Andrew earned a degree in mechanical engineering. He helped design ceramic ball valves, biomedical devices and metering systems to measure the flow of liquids and gases. He also wrote a computer program for a Fortune 500 corporation. This background naturally informs his understanding of his clients’ current and future needs when it comes to protecting their valuable intellectual property.
Andrew’s legal experience also includes preparing opinions and reexaminations of electronic, software, and mechanical technologies. He has been actively involved in ex parte reexaminations, inter partes reexaminations, and inter partes reviews.
In 2018 Andrew was honored and elected to membership in the Fellows of the Texas Bar Foundation. Attorneys included in the fellowship are selected from the top one-third of one percent of members of the State Bar of Texas.