Andrea Broach's practice focuses on a broad range of complex litigation in both federal and state courts. Ms. Broach has extensive experience in implementing brand protection strategies and in developing policies and procedures to mitigate the risk associated with in-house brand protection programs. She assists clients in working with prosecutors and law enforcement regarding illicit trade investigations. Ms. Broach regularly advises on the unique legal risks associated with offensive brand protection strategies, including the legal risks associated with the in-house development of actionable intelligence for sharing with law enforcement in support of anti-contraband and counterfeit programs.
Additionally, Ms. Broach has experience in conducting internal investigations and has represented FORTUNE 500 companies in civil litigation. Ms. Broach also has an active pro bono practice with emphasis in family law and domestic violence issues
Ms. Broach received her MA in Public Administration from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University.
- Trademark holder in criminal proceedings, to assert victims’ rights in connection with criminal counterfeiting.
- US based consumer products company in developing and maintaining beneficial relationships with federal and state prosecutors.
- Fortune 500 company in an internal investigation and assessment of internal policies and procedures to address sharing of actionable intelligence with law enforcement.
- Fortune 500 company in brand protection program design and structure, code of conduct/policy revisions, training, and ongoing monitoring for trademark violations.
- JD, Syracuse University College of Law, 2010, Order of the Coif, magna cum laude
- MA, Maxwell School of Syracuse University, 2010
- BA, Le Moyne College, 2007, summa cum laude
- District of Columbia