Andrew is a member of the firm’s Construction Service Group with a focus on complex commercial litigation. He is experienced in representing publicly traded companies, private family owned businesses, and individuals in state and federal jurisdictions, arbitration proceedings, and pre-litigation claim management. In managing any case, Andrew implements a project management approach in working towards a successful result.
Legal Updated Regarding Status of the Waters of the U.S.
C-Change Class of 2019, Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber
Andrew has served the construction industry since graduating from Clemson University in 2005 – first as a project manager for a residential homebuilding company, and more recently as counsel to owners, contractors and subcontractors. He enjoys getting involved at various stages of a project.
Prior to joining Stites & Harbison, Andrew worked in the litigation practice group for a large law firm in Cleveland, Ohio.
Andrew is the proud father of two young daughters and is actively involved in regular renovation projects.
Allyson Cook and Andrew Poltorak joined ABC Ohio Valley Chapter for an online chat.
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On October 4, 2019, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to review the 4th Circuit’s rejection of the National Forest Service’s permit authorizing the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) to cross the Appalachian Trail within the George Washington National Forest.
The Supreme Court of Kentucky recently reaffirmed its decision in Mattingly Bridge Co. v. Holloway & Son Const. Co. which established the standard for assessing the enforceability of a liquidated damages provision.
COVINGTON, Ky.—C-Change, a leadership development program of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, has selected Stites & Harbison, PLLC attorney Andrew Poltorak to participant in the Class of 2019.
On Thursday, December 13, 2018, the Supreme Court of Kentucky, reversed an appellate court decision and reinstated the trial court’s order granting partial summary judgment in favor of the Louisville and Jefferson County Metropolitan Sewer District.