Andrew Rambo's practice focuses on consumer product litigation and regulatory compliance. Mr. Rambo advises and defends companies regarding issues relating to the US Consumer Product Safety Commission, the Federal Trade Commission, and state regulation of advertising and labeling of consumer products. His practice concentrates on defending and advising food and beverage, personal care, and consumer product companies on California's stringent Proposition 65 law regarding alleged exposures to heavy metals, asbestos, titanium dioxide phthalates, and many other substances.
Mr. Rambo also defends companies against allegations of false and misleading advertising, including cases brought in both state and federal court. He has experience defending against putative class action lawsuits based on greenwashing, PFAS, heavy metals, and pricing. Mr. Rambo also maintains an active pro bono practice on issues relating to criminal justice and LGBTQ+ rights.
Mr. Rambo received his law degree from UC Davis School of Law and was elected to the Order of the Coif upon graduation. While at UC Davis, he was a certified law student for the Family Protection and Legal Assistance clinic, providing counseling and in-court representation to victims of intimate partner violence and sexual assault. He also served as an articles editor for the UC Davis Law Review and was a law clerk at the Napa County District Attorney's Office.
- J.D., University of California, Davis School of Law, 2021, Order of the Coif
- B.A., University of California, Davis, 2018, summa cum laude