Andrew Muller is a partner in the Bankruptcy Division. He has represented banks and other lenders as creditors in bankruptcy cases and as plaintiffs or defendants in civil litigation. Andrew has experience representing clients at all stages of dealing with loan issues and problem loans, including drafting workout agreements, filing suit when appropriate and defending against lender liability lawsuits. Building upon his prior experience as a commercial litigator, Andrew uses his litigation skills to represent lenders in multiple types of lawsuits in addition to borrower disputes including check fraud cases, wrongful foreclosure cases, Fair Credit Reporting Act cases and Fair Debt Collection Practices Act cases.
Prior to entering private practice, Andrew was a law clerk to the Honorable Gary A. Fenner in the Western District of Missouri, which provided a unique opportunity to observe and understand the operation of the federal court system, as well as obtain a detailed understanding of federal civil procedure.
Having grown up on a farm in northeast Nebraska, Andrew has worked to combine his knowledge of farming and the agricultural economy with his skills in representing lenders in distressed loan situations. He has built a practice of working with lenders on their agribusiness loans, including ag production loans, equipment finance loans, crop input loans, and general farming operation loans and helping those lenders navigate the various state-specific laws associated with enforcing ag loans.