Andrew Neiman specializes in litigation and advises companies on contract-based issues, commercial disputes, privacy and compliance matters, corporate governance, securities and equity-related disputes, fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, bankruptcy, employment law, marijuana and CBD law.
Prior to joining the firm, Andrew served as a Law Clerk at the United States Attorney’s Office (Denver), where he researched legal issues and drafted work product for civil cases involving the federal government. His cases included pharmacy and pharmaceutical laws and regulations, medical malpractice, Wire Fraud, and the False Claims Act.
As a Judicial Intern for Judge Anthony J. Navarro at the Colorado Court of Appeals, Andrew researched legal questions on appeal and drafted opinions on matters before the court. He served as a Business and Licensing Section Intern at the Colorado Attorney General’s Office where he performed general counsel work for state regulatory agencies and assisted in legal actions, which included medical and healthcare licensing, securities fraud, and insurance.
Contract and Commercial Litigation
Juris Doctor, University of Colorado Law School – 2019
Health Law and Policy Certificate
Student Note Published
Lead Outreach Editor, Colorado Technology Law Journal
Bachelor of Arts in Global & International Studies, with honors, University of California Santa Barbara, – 2015
Studied human rights abroad in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Colorado Bar Association
Denver Bar Association
Colorado LGBT Bar Association
Andrew, who is fluent in Spanish, enjoys an active lifestyle that includes running, hiking, spinning, weightlifting and skiing at his favorite resort—Vail Mountain. In addition to being passionate about travel, volunteering, and writing, he is a foodie and wine connoisseur, who relishes exploring the latest restaurants with his friends.
“Regulating CBD As A Dietary Supplement: What Does This Mean?” Benzinga – February 2020
“A Policy of Trust: Software Developer Pre-Certification as a Viable Solution to Protect Patients and Promote Innovation for ‘mHealth’ Applications,” Colorado Technology Law Journal – March 2019
“Awakening Global Governments: An International Survey of Internet of Things Regulation,” TPRC 46: The 46th Research Conference on Communication, Information and Internet Policy 2018 – September 2018
“Personal Data Stored on Smartphones Implicated in Case about Searches by Customs and Border Enforcement,” Colorado Technology Law Journal: Blog – September 2017
“Helping Hands in Haiti: Examining the Sustainable Strategies of Partners In Health and Build Change,” Global Societies Journal Vol. 3 – November 2015