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Andrew G. Simpson, Esquire

The Simpson Law Firm, PLLC

1921 Gallows Road, Suite #750

Vienna, Virginia 22182

Telephone: (703) 548-3900

Facsimile:(703) 842-8022

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Firm overview
Bankruptcy & Creditors' Rights:

Mr. Simpson has represented individuals and corporations in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern
and Western Districts of Virginia. Clients include debtors and creditors involved in real estate
investments, information technology, construction, retail sales, professional security, and the restaurant
industries. In the past, Mr. Simpson has been asked to serve as Special Counsel at the request of
Interim Bankruptcy Trustees for the Eastern District of Virginia.
Representative cases include:

In re Warrior Gym, LLC

(2012), wherein Mr. Simpson represented well known health club in Chapter 7

liquidation filed in the Eastern District of Virginia;

In re Kevin Smith

(2010) wherein Mr. Simpson represented a prominent Northern Virginia real estate

developer in a Chapter 11 case filed in the Eastern District of Virginia;

In re Cotton City, Inc.

(2010) wherein Mr. Simpson represented a retail clothing store in a Chapter 7 case

filed in the Eastern District of Virginia.

In re Catoctin Custom Builders, LLC

(2008) wherein Mr. Simpson represented a custom home builder in a

Chapter 7 liquidation filed in the Eastern District of Virginia;

In re Williamson Construction LLC

(2008) wherein Mr. Simpson represented a construction company in

Chapter 7 liquidation filed in the Western District of Virginia;

In re: U.S. Airways

(2005), wherein Mr. Simpson served as local counsel to Par Investment Partners, LLC,

Peninsula Investment Partners, LLC, and Wellington Management, LLC in large investment in a major

airlines company that filed for Chapter 11 protection in the Eastern District of Virginia;

In re: Anderson Construction Company

(2004), wherein Mr. Simpson represented construction company

in Chapter 7 liquidation filed in the Eastern District of Virginia;

In re: Stalcup Enterprises

(2004), representation of small hardware store in reorganization in Chapter 11

case filed in the Eastern District of Virginia;

Commercial Litigation:

Mr. Simpson has prosecuted and defended companies before state and federal courts as well as

governmental agencies. He has represented defendants in professional malpractice cases, collection

actions, enforcement of restrictive covenants, corporate director liability suits, fraudulent conveyances,

sexual discrimination claims, and related litigation.

Representative cases include:

Surgical Orthomedics, Inc. et. al. v. K2M, Inc.,

(2012) wherein Mr. Simpson prosecuted a civil action in

the Circuit Court of Fairfax County against a prominent medical supply distributor for breach of contract.

Ricci v. The Allied Defense Group, Inc. et al.

(2011) wherein Mr. Simpson worked with Douglas Kay,

Esquire in a hard-fought contract dispute involving claims against a major private defense contractor.

Warraich v. Schoeni

(2010) wherein Mr. Simpson defended a well-respected president of a local

appraisal company before the Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation in the

Commonwealth of Virginia.

Civil litigation:

Mr. Simpson has served as first chair in multiple civil actions wherein he has fought for the rights of

individuals harmed by others.

Representative cases include the following:

Ray v. Group Health Association.

Mr. Simpson represented a young woman whose reproductive health

was permanently damaged by the negligence of an HMO. In a hard-fought, five-day, medical malpractice

jury trial, Mr. Simpson obtained a money verdict for his client while establishing case precedent that

expanded the kind of damages that may be awarded in certain medical malpractice cases in Virginia.

Roth v. The Fairfax County School Board et al.

Mr. Simpson was first-chair representing a mother and

her 16-year old son against a negligent school bus driver for physical injuries the young man sustained in

a school bus accident. As chronicled on the front page of Virginia Lawyers Weekly, a three-day jury trial

resulted in a verdict that established important case precedent for citizens wishing to avoid certain

immunities often asserted by school bus drivers in Virginia.

Kolaskar v. George Mason University.

Mr. Simpson represented a fourth year student of GMU who was

injured by a defective carnival ride that the University had engaged for a school-sponsored event. The

action was settled prior to trial for an undisclosed sum.

Manley v. Peake Management, Inc. et al.

Mr. Simpson represented a 53 year old gentleman in a civil

action against a residential property management company when he was injured by a deck railing

collapse.

In re: Larry Henderson.

Acting on a pro bono basis in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of

Virginia, Mr. Simpson represented the interests of several elderly citizens financially abused by a

confidence man that defrauded citizens, many of whom were disabled, of thousands of dollars. With the

assistance of Mr. Simpson, who was interviewed by News Channel 4 in connection with his efforts, the

man's attempt to avoid liability for his actions was overcome.