Andrew Salek-Raham specializes in complex commercial litigation involving ERISA plans. He has experience in all phases of litigation, including pretrial discovery, motions practice, trial preparation, and mediation.

Andrew has represented Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs), plan trustees, plan sponsors, and corporate directors and officers in both private litigation and Department of Labor enforcement actions involving breach of fiduciary duty claims, stock drop claims, and ESOP overvaluation claims, among others. In addition to his litigation practice, Andrew has counselled clients on Department of Labor investigations, plan terminations, and internal plan claims procedures.

Andrew was previously a summer associate at Groom. He was also an intern in the Virginia Attorney General’s Office while in law school.

Honors & Distinctions
  • Editor-in-Chief, Volume 14, North Carolina Journal of Law & Technology