Andrew (Andy) Davis litigates complex civil matters, primarily in the energy, environmental, and health care fields. Andy’s clients are as diverse as the legal issues they face, from a major railroad addressing complex, multi-million dollar environmental issues, to an energy cooperative confronting litigation in a fast-changing regulatory environment, to a broadcast and recording studio seeking to mitigate the impacts of light rail development.
In-house counsel and business owners turn to Andy when they require an effective advocate who listens and quickly grasps objectives, works collaboratively to formulate clear strategy, and has the judgment and experience to drive and optimize outcomes. Andy provides clear communication and attentive service along the way, involving clients at all key decision points so that they can continue to focus on their business priorities.
Andy was named an Attorney of the Year by Minnesota Lawyer in 2013 and has been recognized as a Super Lawyers®-Rising Star in 2014 and 2015. From 2015 to 2016, Andy worked as an Assistant Attorney General in the Solicitor General’s Division of the Minnesota Attorney General’s Office, where he represented the State of Minnesota in trial and appellate litigation.
Andy’s current practice includes representation in the following areas:
Before joining private practice, Andy served as a law clerk to the Honorable John R. Tunheim, Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota. He also worked for the U.S. Department of Justice, where he conducted audits of major DOJ departments and programs, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. Marshals Service.
Prior to law school, Andy worked for a legal technology company and as an analyst in a global strategy consulting firm, supporting private equity and investment clients.
In addition, he has worked as a public school teacher in immigrant communities in and around Paris, France. He is fluent in French and uses his language skills to assist clients in pro bono immigration matters as well as other international matters. He lives in Saint Paul, Minnesota with his wife and three children.