Andrew Mount is an associate in the firm’s Securities Litigation and Regulation Practice Group.Andrew's practice is primarily devoted to defending broker-dealers, investment advisers, and registered representatives in securities arbitrations in disputes over securities transactions. He has successfully handled numerous arbitrations involving a variety of claims, including fraud, misrepresentation, and unsuitability.
As a member of the firms' Senior and Vulnerable Investor Group, Andrew counsels and defends broker-dealers and investment advisers with regard to senior/diminished capacity and financial exploitation issues. He continuously monitors the ever-changing and complex web of state and federal laws concerning senior and vulnerable investors. He uses this knowledge and experience to provide end to end advisory solutions and litigation support for his clients.
In addition to his securities work, Andrew has broad litigation experience in New Jersey and New York state and federal courts. He has successfully prosecuted and defended numerous claims and is devoted to obtaining the best possible outcome in each and every matter he handles. He is an unrelenting advocate in prosecuting a client's claim or defending a client from potential liability.
Andrew joined the firm upon receiving his J.D. from Villanova University School of Law in 2014. While at Villanova Law, he was a member of the Health Law Clinic, where he assisted low-income clients in understanding and asserting their rights within the health care system. During this time, Andrew also interned with the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, in the chambers of the Honorable Berle M. Schiller.
Andrew received his B.A. in political science from Loyola University Maryland. During college, he interned with the Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office.
- October 23, 2019SEC's Bitwise ETF Rejection Signals Bitcoin Market Distrust
Andrew Mount wrote a bylined article that ran on Law360 on October 23, 2019.… Read more
- April 23, 2018What Is Cryptocurrency And Who Is Going To Regulate It?
Cryptocurrency is a digital, encrypted currency that is not issued by any government or other central authority.… Read more
- April 3, 2018Hold On! Analyzing FINRA's New Rules to Address Senior Financial Exploitation
Two new FINRA rules went into effect on February 5, 2018, targeted to address senior "financial exploitation."… Read more