Andrew R. Mayle
Andrew R. Mayle
University of Notre Dame Law School, J.D.
John Carroll University, B.A., cum laude
Andy is a litigator focusing on business disputes, personal injury, criminal defense, and appeals. He also has experience in election law, civil rights, municipal law, real estate, and administrative matters.
Andy regularly represents clients in breach of contract claims, claims concerning Ohio’s Consumer Sales Practices Act, the Home Solicitation Sales Act, manufacturing defects, warranty issues, and other business disputes. He also acts as local or lead counsel for out-of-state clients in Ohio litigation.
(ABOVE: Andrew Mayle addressing the Supreme Court of Ohio in Case No. 2013-1277 City of Toledo, et al. v. Bradley L. Walker – enters approx. 24:15)
Andy has represented plaintiffs in a wide variety of personal injury cases involving work-place accidents, premises liability cases, and automobile and motorcycle collisions. He has experience with uninsured/underinsured motorist claims, subrogation issues, and workers’ compensation.
Andy is admitted to practice law in all Ohio state courts, and federal courts in the Northern District of Ohio and Eastern District of Texas.
He has successfully defended several high profile criminal cases. He has defended against charges in common pleas, municipal and mayor’s courts in Cuyahoga, Summit, Lorain, Erie, Huron, Sandusky, Ottawa, Seneca, Wood, and Lucas counties. Andy has tried several cases to verdict and has negotiated hundreds of favorable pleas for his clients. And he has extensive experience litigating constitutional issues under the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, and Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution and their state constitution counterparts.
Andy advises contractors, small and medium sized manufactures, and employers on day-to-day legal issues as well as in litigation. He has represented individuals before state administrative and licensing boards in Columbus. Andy also has an election law practice where he advises and advocates for individual candidates and political parties concerning statutory election law provisions, constitutional issues, elections contests, protests, and ballot initiatives.
Andy is on the board of trustees for the Catholic Education Development Fund. He was formerly president of the Sandusky County Bar Association and the Student Bar Association at the University of Notre Dame Law School.
He resides in Perrysburg with his wife Christine and sons Matthew and Robert.