Andrew Albaugh is a Denver attorney who focuses his practice on construction law and litigation. Mr. Albaugh represents contractors, owners and manufacturers in a range of industrial, commercial and infrastructure projects.
Mr. Albaugh's experience includes high-value lawsuits in state and federal courts arising out of construction defects, inefficiency or delay claims, product defects, professional negligence, construction liens and a multitude of other contract disputes. In these matters, Mr. Albaugh has actively engaged in discovery, dispositive motion practice and mediation. He has also represented clients in drafting of construction contract documents and representation before arbitration boards and mediators.
In the community, Mr. Albaugh volunteers as a member of the board of directors for Valencia's Promise: Take Stock in Children, the Children's Home Society, and regularly donates time teaching for Junior Achievement. He also serves the Orange County Bar Association's Young Lawyers Section. Mr. Albaugh also dedicates a portion of his time to representing pro bono clients.
- Vanderbilt University Law School, J.D.
- University of Central Florida, B.S., Legal Studies, summa cum laude
- U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida
- Orange County Bar Association
- Valencia's Promise: Take Stock in Children, Board of Directors
- Children's Home Society, Board of Directors
- Knights for Life – UCF Alumni
- Vanderbilt Law School Moot Court Board
- University of Central Florida Order of Pegasus
- University of Central Florida President's Honor Roll
- Book Award, Transnational Litigation, 2015