Guiding a client through the litigation process is not just a matter of knowing the law, but also the client. My top priority is to find solutions that fit our clients’ individual needs.
Andrew Leuchtmann has been associated with Goldstine, Skrodzki, Russian, Nemec and Hoff, Ltd. since 2021. Andrew began his legal career at the Harris County District Attorney’s Office in Houston, Texas. During his tenure, he was assigned to the office’s Special Crimes Section and prosecuted cases ranging from money laundering to child abuse to capital murder. After his time at the District Attorney’s Office, Andrew moved on to become an Assistant United States Attorney in the Houston Division of the Southern District of Texas. There he served in the Major Fraud and Special Prosecutions Sections, where he prosecuted cases involving white collar crimes, public corruption and national security. During his time as a federal prosecutor, Andrew had the opportunity to work alongside the FBI, CIA, Secret Service, DEA and DHS, among others. Upon returning to the Chicagoland area, where he grew up, Andrew spent a year working for the Kane County State’s Attorney’s Office at the Kane County Children’s Advocacy Center, where he prosecuted child abuse cases. Andrew now concentrates his practice in business litigation matters including complex commercial disputes, contested estates, employment and landlord/tenant issues.
Andrew has been a faculty member and speaker at the National Advocacy Center in Columbia, South Carolina, where he helped train incoming federal prosecutors. He has also worked as a faculty member for Texas District and County Attorney’s Association’s Prosecutor Trial Skills Course.
Andrew is currently an active member of the DuPage County Bar Association, including as past Chairman of the Professional Responsibility Committee and the Fee Dispute Resolution Committee, in addition to publishing work in the DCBA Brief.