Andrew R. Mayle
Andrew R. Mayle
University of Notre Dame Law School, J.D.
John Carroll University, B.A., cum laude
Super Lawyers Magazine ranks Andy as one of the top lawyers in Ohio. And for good reason: his winning track record.
He has won several injunctive, mandamus, constitutional and other challenges on behalf of businesses and individuals against governmental entities in cases challenging legislation or governmental practices and policies. Clients frequently retain Andy to litigate complicated governmental and public-policy issues of first impression. He has achieved equal success in lawsuits involving businesses and individuals. Andy’s civil docket involves such matters as contracts, insurance coverage, real estate, trade secrets, election law, intellectual property, business and consumer fraud, plaintiff-side personal injury and wrongful death, non-competition and employment agreements, and construction disputes. Andy also has an active class-action practice and has recovered millions of dollars on behalf of individuals and commercial entities in plaintiff cases. He also acts as defense counsel to several entities in civil disputes and frequently serves as local counsel to out-of-state law firms and lawyers in litigation pending in Ohio courts.
ABOVE: Andrew Mayle addressing the Supreme Court of Ohio in State of Ohio v. Rafael Gonzales, Case Nos. 2015-0384 and 2015-0385, Sixth District Court of Appeals (Wood County) – enters approx. 17:00
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’s practice is not limited to the civil docket: after winning his first ever felony jury trial on behalf of a homeless man wrongfully accused of burglary, he was hooked and has since built a major criminal defense practice. He has defended against virtually every conceivable charge in the books. Andy 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 also has one of the most active appellate dockets of any private-practice lawyer in Ohio that also handles a full trial docket. Andy has successfully argued several civil and criminal cases in the intermediate appellate courts and in the Supreme Court of Ohio.
Andy’s practice is statewide. He has also appeared in federal courts in California, Michigan, and Texas. He is admitted to the Northern District of Ohio, Eastern District of Texas, and all Ohio state courts.
Andy is a member of the Emerging Leaders Council of ABLE/LAWO. While in law school, Andy served as president of the Student Bar Association of the University of Notre Dame Law School. He is the former president of the Sandusky County Bar Association and is a member of the Ohio State Bar Association and the Ohio Association for Justice. He is involved in numerous charitable endeavors.