Andrew is a tireless advocate for his clients and works diligently to obtain the best result possible. His primary practice is in criminal defense, complex commercial and plaintiff's litigation. He has handled countless serious felonies, including felony murder, arson, criminal sexual assault, home invasions, and drug manufacturing and distribution cases at both the trial and appellate levels. He is also an outspoken advocate in the area of Shaken Baby Syndrome and Abusive Head Trauma and has argued these issues before the Michigan Supreme Court. His civil practice includes both federal and state law claims, including complex contract claims, injury and death claims, and antitrust and construction law claims. He is also a nationally recognized speaker on collision repair law issues. He has spoken on such topics as NESHAP compliance, shop owner liability, and direct repair agreements.
Andrew graduated from Hope College in 1995 where he majored in Geology and Business Administration. In 2001, he earned his Masters of Management degree from Aquinas College. He went on to earn his Juris Doctorate from Western Michigan Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 2009, where he graduated Cum Laude. He was also the recipient of the prestigious John D. Volker award for his contributions to Law Review.
Presently, in addition to his daily duties as the President of Rodenhouse Kuipers, P.C., he is an adjunct professor at Cooley Law School where he teaches Law Practice Management. Andrew's previous experience includes five years as a licensed stock broker for a large New York based brokerage firm, an executive at a multi-location collision repair facility, the co-owner of a top 100 towing and recovery firm, and the founder of an on-line auto parts procurement firm.
He looks forward to putting his best effort into whatever your legal problem is.