Hueston Hennigan announced today that Andrew Walsh has been elected to the partnership, effective January 1, 2019.
“Andrew is an incredibly effective legal strategist who works creatively and tirelessly to achieve success for our clients,” said managing partner Brian Hennigan. “He is equally committed to serving the community through pro bono projects and to mentoring and developing the next generation of lawyers. We are pleased to welcome our friend to the partnership.”
Mr. Walsh represents clients in complex civil business disputes, high-stakes environmental and entertainment litigation, and regulatory actions for Fortune 500 companies, governments, and individuals across a wide range of industries. Mr. Walsh has advocated for the Navajo Nation in its historic environmental suit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, obtained a trial victory for Sumner Redstone in a high-profile dispute challenging his mental capacity, and achieved a dismissal of all felony charges against a subsidiary of the nation’s largest environmental services provider.
Mr. Walsh earned his J.D. from Loyola Law School, where he was a Sayre Macneil Scholar, a member of the St. Thomas More Law Honor Society, and elected to the Order of the Coif. He earned his undergraduate degree in geography and environmental studies from UCLA.
About Hueston Hennigan
Recognized as a national “Top 20 Trial Law Firm” by Benchmark Litigation, Hueston Hennigan focuses on high-profile, high-stakes disputes in forums across the country, amassing an extraordinary record of precedent-setting victories. Our work, attorneys and the firm have been repeatedly recognized in key national surveys, to include as a “go-to firm for bet-the-farm litigation” by Chambers, a “Top 10 Boutique” in the U.S. by Benchmark Litigation and the “Top 100 Trial Lawyers in America.”