Andrew Blumberg practices out of the Wilmington office, where he primarily prosecutes corporate governance and fiduciary duty litigation on behalf of the firm's institutional investor clients.

Andrew is currently a member of the teams prosecuting In re Warner Bros. Discovery, Inc. S’holders Litig.; Santander Consumer Holdings Inc. Stockholders Litigation; Lebanon County Employees’ Retirement Fund v. Collis; Pentwater Capital Management LP v. Calderoni; and Palkon v. Maffei (TripAdvisor).

Since joining the firm in 2019, Andrew has been a key member of the teams that prosecuted, among other matters:

  • In re Mindbody, Inc. Stockholders Litigation (post-trial decision finding liability against CEO and acquirer plus $27 million partial settlement with director and director’s venture capital fund);
  • In re Viacom Inc. Stockholders Litigation ($122.5 million settlement);
  • Hollywood Firefighters’ Pension Fund v. GCI Liberty, Inc. ($110 million settlement and reduction in the controller’s voting power);
  • Sciabacucchi v. Malone ($87.5 million settlement);
  • In re Madison Square Garden Entertainment Corp. Stockholders Litigation ($85 million settlement);
  • In re Pilgrim’s Pride Corporation Derivative Litigation ($42.5 million settlement plus improved governance);
  • In re Tilray, Inc. Reorganization Litigation ($39.9 million settlement plus elimination of control); and
  • Searles v. DeMartini, et al.($23 million settlement).

Prior to joining the firm, Andrew was a securities litigation associate at Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP, where he represented clients in corporate governance, appraisal, and securities actions. At Weil, Andrew co-authored a Burton Award winning article titled, “Fiduciary Duties of Corporate Directors in Uncertain Times.” Prior to joining Weil, Andrew clerked for Chancellor Andre G. Bouchard of the Delaware Court of Chancery. He received his J.D. from Washington University School of Law, cum laude, where he served as a senior editor of the Washington University Law Review, and his MBA from Washington University’s Olin Business School.