Andrew Dubin represents clients in a variety of complex litigation matters including contract disputes, First Amendment litigation involving invasion of privacy, defamation, and misappropriation of likeness claims, anti-SLAPP motions, profit participation and idea submission disputes, fraud and unfair trade practices, copyright and trademark infringement claims, consumer protection defense, business torts, products liability, and class actions. He has a breadth of litigation experience including drafting and challenging complaints, offensive and defensive discovery, taking and defending depositions, pretrial briefing and dispositive motions practice, witness preparation, and he has appeared before federal and state courts.
Andrew has represented a variety of Fortune 500
companies as well as major entertainment studios, production companies, television networks, media and web companies, international consumer retail stores and manufacturers, investment banks, and online travel websites, among others. Prior to joining Kelley Drye, as lead attorney on dozens of matters for a leading credit reporting agency, Andrew defended against claims under the Fair Credit Reporting Act and related state statutes from case inception to positive disposition. Andrew has also managed discovery involving multimillion page document productions and sophisticated e-discovery techniques.
Earlier in his career, Andrew worked as an associate for a Silicon Valley market research company. During this time he managed the development of market research products for the entertainment industry by pioneering algorithms pairing celebrity and consumer brand data to predict successful celebrity endorsement campaigns.
Andrew is a regular contributor to Drye Wit
, Kelley Drye’s media and entertainment law blog.