Andrew Salek-Raham specializes in ERISA class action lawsuits. He has experience in all phases of litigation, including motions practice, class certification, discovery, mediation, and trial.

Andrew frequently represents plan fiduciaries, plan service providers, and plan sponsors in ERISA private class action litigation and enforcement actions brought by the U.S. Department of Labor. His experience includes lawsuits involving employee stock ownership plans, particularly “overvaluation” suits, and other defined contribution plans, including fee and imprudent fund selection suits. In addition to his litigation practice, Andrew represents clients involved in Department of Labor retirement plan investigations.

While in law school, Andrew was a summer associate at Groom and an intern in the Virginia Attorney General’s Office. Andrew was a teacher in Houston, Texas, through Teach for America before attending law school.

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