Andrew HansbroughDownload One Page Bio
Andrew Hansbrough is a trial lawyer with experience in all phases of litigation who takes an agressive, innovative approach to addressing issues and disputes. Andew has a passion for tranlsating complex cases into direct, clear messages that are easily understood by judges, juries, and arbitrators alike.
Recently, Andrew first-chaired a three-week jury trial in Dallas district court where his client was sued for fraud and breach of fiduciary duty in his capacity as an officer and director of a corporation. The claims against his client were dismissed on the eve of closing arguments.
Andrew has represented clients in a variety of complex business disputes, commercial lease disputes, breach of contract actions, and professional malpractice actions, including:
- Representing shareholders and partners in disputes;
- Representing executive level officers and directors in compensation, breach of contract, advancement, and indemnification disputes;
- Representing clients in malpractice litigation involving accounting firms, investment bankers, and law firms;
- Representing bankruptcy trustees with respect to the evaluation and pursuit of the estate's claims;
- Representing clients in evaluating commercial insurance coverage and applicability to disputes;
- Representing clients in breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, and fraud litigation; and
- Representing clients in FINRA arbitrations
Before joining Lynn Pinker Cox & Hurst, LLP, Andrew clerked for the Honorable Thomas B. Russell of the United States District Court for the Western District of Kentucky.
Andrew earned his J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law, where he was an Articles Editor of the Virginia Law and Business Review and a Dillard Fellow. During law school Andrew gained valuable litigation experience through the Litigation and Housing Clinic, where he successfully tried several bench trials on behalf of low-income clients. In addition, Andrew was a summer associate at Bryan Cave LLP, interned for Chief Justice John D. Minton, Jr. of the Supreme Court of Kentucky, and assisted at Kentucky Legal Aid as a recipient of a Doris Buffet Fellowship.
Andrew Hansbrough earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Economics, summa cum laude, from Western Kentucky University. While at Western Kentucky University, he was selected as the Clarence Evans Merit Scholar by the economics faculty and was one of ten graduates to be inducted into the Hall of Distinguished Seniors.
Andrew is licensed to practice law in Texas and Missouri.