Andrew K. O’Connell is a Partner at Murphy Falcon & Murphy, where he crafts complex litigation strategies on behalf of a wide range of clients, including multi-national corporations, real estate investors and victims of mass torts. His practice focuses on all aspects of litigation, including research and drafting, pretrial motions, deposing fact and expert witnesses, crafting discovery plans and trial.
Mr. O’Connell has appealed cases before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit as well as Maryland’s Court of Appeals and Court of Special Appeals. Notable appellate work includes Price, et al. v. Murdy, et al. (violation of Maryland’s Consumer Loan Law), Beall v. Holloway-Johnson (wrongful death) and Whitaker v. Whitaker (contested land installment contract under Maryland’s Real Property Article).
Before Murphy Falcon & Murphy, Mr. O’Connell was a Member of Thomas & Libowitz, P.A., where he focused his practice on construction defect claims, mechanics’ lien claims, real estate litigation and wage and hour claims. Mr. O’Connell was also a senior associate attorney at Cowie and Mott, P.A., where he litigated construction defect claims on behalf of condominium associations, commercial property owners and homeowners located in the greater Baltimore-Washington area.