Andrew J. Trask focuses his practice on class action and complex litigation in various industries, including the automotive industry and financial services. Regarded as an authority in class action litigation, Andrew has experience in class actions involving product liability, consumer fraud, telecommunications products, business litigation and contracts, banking, securities, ERISA, antitrust and environmental claims.
He also has defended mass tort cases involving financial regulations, as well as government investigations and data breach matters.
Andrew is a prolific writer and has co-authored several books on class actions, including The Class Action Playbook and Betting the Company: Complex Negotiation Strategies in Law & Business. He updates class action-related news on Twitter @ClassStrategist. He has also testified before Congress on potential class action reforms.
Additionally, Andrew focuses on international complex litigation. He has spoken before the European Circuit of the Bar on class action practice and has advised clients on class action strategy in matters in Australia, China, Brazil, Canada, Israel, Mexico and Thailand.
J.D., The University of Chicago Law School, 1998
B.A., The University of Chicago, 1994 (Political Science)
District of Columbia
The Institute for Complex Litigation and Mass Claims