Andrew J. Black was born in England and lived in South Africa before relocating to Northern California in 1991, where he attended college, law school, and completed internships with the Contra Costa County Superior Court before becoming an attorney in 2004 and relocating to Los Angeles.
Andrew has dedicated his career to serving small businesses throughout California, defending his clients in premises liability, construction defect, employment and trademark litigation. Andrew has also represented public entities and he is published in the appellate case of In Re Conservatorship of Whitely (2007) 155 Cal.App.4th 1447. Andrew has represented small and developing businesses with such issues as shareholder disputes, franchise and licensing, contract disputes, corporate formation, trademark registration and cancellation proceedings.
On any given day, Andrew is arguing in court, meeting with clients, preparing motions, attending depositions, propounding and responding to discovery or negotiating settlements. Andrew has centered his practice on his clients and has brought his work ethic and dedication to the forefront of our firm. He takes the time necessary to listen, explain the law, discuss options, and helps clients reach the right decision for their case.
Andrew is admitted to the Superior Courts throughout California, the Federal District Courts in northern and central California, and he is an active member of the Los Angeles County Bar Association.