Andrew Tuck is a patent-barred commercial litigator focusing on international arbitration and federal antitrust litigation. His electrical engineering background allows him to represent clients entangled in litigation involving high technology, and he also has years of experience litigating appeals in state and federal courts.
While in law school, Andy participated in the moot court program and served as executive notes editor of the Georgia Law Review. Before law school, he worked as an electrical engineer and computer scientist in the digital signal processing field.
Andy spent one year clerking for the Honorable B. Avant Edenfield, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Georgia, and one year clerking for the Honorable Joel F. Dubina, Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
Andy is heavily involved in the Atlanta community, sitting on the boards of civic, religious, educational and charitable nonprofit organizations, including the Bobby Dodd Institute, St. Anne’s Episcopal Church, Morris Brandon Elementary School Foundation, and Cub Scout Pack 298. Andy recently completed the Executive Education Program in Governing for Nonprofit Excellence at Harvard Business School.
University of Georgia (J.D., 2006)
Vanderbilt University (B.E., 2000)
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
State Bar of Georgia
U.S. Supreme Court and the Fifth, Ninth, Eleventh and Federal U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals
International Chamber of Commerce, Young Arbitrators Forum, North American Regional Representative
MIT Enterprise Forum of Atlanta, advisory board
Federal Bar Association, Atlanta Chapter, Executive Committee