Andrew J. Huige
Andy is a member of the firm’s Professional Liability practice group focusing his practice on the defense of claims asserted against a wide variety of professionals, including attorneys, health care professionals, real estate agents, and accountants. Before joining Collins Einhorn, Andy worked at a major law firm based in Virginia where his practice focused on complex business and contract disputes, intellectual property, real estate, litigation, and appeals. More recently, Andy practiced with a boutique litigation firm in Detroit specializing in the late stage defense and trial of complex high-risk claims in state and federal courts in jurisdictions throughout the United States. Andy is dedicated to achieving cost-effective client results by honing in on critical factual and legal issues early in cases and focusing discovery and aggressive motion practice in these areas.
American Bar Association
Virginia State Bar
Andy volunteers his time as an Adult Literacy Tutor with Washtenaw Literacy, a non-profit entity designed to serve adults who need to improve their reading, writing, numeracy or communication in English. Through its free programming and services, Washtenaw Literacy focuses on helping adults find and keep jobs through improving literacy skills.
Andy is also involved with the Wills for Heroes, Wills for Seniors, and other pro-bono activities in the local community.
Andy served on the March of Dimes Board of Directors, Hampton Roads Region, from 2009 until 2011.