“It takes 20 years to build a reputation and 5 minutes to ruin it.” In today’s digital world, the significance of Warren Buffett’s well-known adage is greater than ever. Five minutes is more than enough time for anyone to write a fake anonymous review, defame a business, and or destroy a person’s reputation. Andrew understands the pain and damage caused by a fake review or defamatory statement posted on the Internet. Your reputation is the most important asset for you or any business, and protecting that reputation is Andrew’s number one priority.
In his more than decade experience of representing businesses and individuals, Andrew has gained an understanding of the suffering his clients endure from these attacks and focuses his career on representing and aiding his clients in restoring and maintaining their reputation online. Andrew knows that these problems are your top priority. Andrew works best under pressure and understands that time is of the essence when it comes to your reputation. He acts quickly to make sure that online content is removed and that the source of the negative attacks is swiftly resolved.
When it comes to online defamation, there are no cookie cutter solutions, and each problem requires a different response. From the day he started as an attorney, Andrew’s sole focus has been pursuing new and unique ways for his clients to achieve their goals and grow their business. Because he understands that every situation is unique, Andrew focuses on developing individually tailored strategies for each client that provide timely, cost-effective and successful resolution to each case.
Andrew is a successful litigator that has handled every aspect of litigation and trial as a lead attorney in both state and federal courts, representing businesses and individuals in a broad spectrum of litigation matters. He has a proven track record of success in accomplishing his clients’ goals, including winning favorable jury verdicts, six-figure settlements and injunctive relief.
Outside of work, Andrew enjoys spending time with his family, golfing, and watching sports. He volunteers regularly and is active in several community organizations in the Greater Cleveland area.