Andrew George represents individuals and corporations in all stages of criminal and civil litigation, as well as in internal investigations. He has first-chaired trials, evidentiary hearings, and appeals at both the state and federal levels.
Andrew's criminal defense practice has included representation of individuals and corporations both pre- and post-indictment and in investigations for fraud, conspiracy, money laundering, false statements, health care fraud and false statements, financial aid fraud, price fixing, FARA violations, and FCPA violations.
Andrew's civil practice has spanned a broad range of commercial disputes in areas including breaches of contract, antitrust, environmental regulation, ridesharing, public utility regulation (particularly involving new technologies), employment law, and alleged thefts of intellectual property.
Andrew also devotes substantial time to pro bono work, with a focus on wrongful convictions. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project and has served as lead counsel on numerous wrongful convictions matters. Andrew is also an adjunct professor at Georgetown Law Center and George Washington University Law School, where he teaches courses on wrongful convictions.
Prior to joining the firm, Andrew served as a law clerk to the Honorable James C. Cacheris of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia.