Andrew Harvey is known for his client-focused approach that allows him to tailor strategies to meet the unique needs of each case. He is a skilled, detail-oriented negotiator and litigator, consistently achieving optimal outcomes for his clients through meticulous preparation, persuasive writing, and effective advocacy.  

Mr. Harvey’s diverse civil litigation practice includes business, construction, commercial, fiduciary, financial, and securities related disputes in state and federal court. In addition to his robust civil litigation practice, Mr. Harvey maintains a criminal defense practice. 

Mr. Harvey graduated cum laude from the University of Baltimore School of Law. He was a distinguished scholar of the Royal Graham Shannonhouse III Honor Society and served as Staff Editor for the University of Baltimore Law Review. In addition, Mr. Harvey worked as a Student Attorney in the University of Baltimore Community Development Clinic where he represented clients seeking business formation assistance and advised on a range of business law and legislative matters. Before and during law school, Mr. Harvey worked full time as a law clerk at a prominent Baltimore-based personal injury firm, providing services in the employment law, medical malpractice, and toxic tort departments.  

After graduating from the University of Baltimore School of Law, Mr. Harvey served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable C. Carey Deeley, Jr. of the Circuit Court for Baltimore County. 

Assistant

Bridget Gibbons
443.909.7507
bgibbons@silvermanthompson.com

Education
  • University of Baltimore School of Law - J.D. - 2020

    • Cum Laude
    • Royal Graham Shannonhouse III Honor Society Scholar
    • Staff Editor for the University of Baltimore Law Review

  • University of Maryland - B.A. - 2013
Practice Areas
  • Business Litigation
  • General Civil Litigation
  • Appellate / Civil Appeals
  • Criminal Defense
  • Defense of Professionals
  • Sports & Entertainment Law
Significant Cases
  • Successfully obtained trademark registration for NFL Hall of Famer Ed Reed
  • Successfully reached settlement for investor in claims relating to January 2021 meme stock frenzy
  • Successfully obtained probation before judgment for Maryland politician charged with theft and misconduct in office
  • Successfully obtained settlement for the surviving families of victims of the Capital Gazette newspaper mass shooting tragedy
  • Co-counsel to minority-owned government contractor in twelve-day arbitration proceeding
  • Successful representation of several Maryland judges investigated by the Commission on Judicial Disabilities for alleged ethics violations
Government Service
Law Clerk, Honorable C. Carey Deeley, Jr., Circuit Court for Baltimore County, 2020-2021
Publications

Climate Change & Greenhouse Gases: Keeping Our Vehicle Emissions Standards Safe, 49 U. Balt. L. Rev. 383 (2020).

It's Time to Reform the Supreme Court, But How?, (2019).

Professional and Bar Association Memberships
  • Maryland State Bar Association
  • Bar Association of Baltimore City

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