Andrew W. Croner


Andrew W. Croner is a partner in the firm’s Mass Torts Litigation department.  His practice focuses on representing clients who have been harmed by exposure to pharmaceuticals or environmental contaminants.

Before joining the firm, Andrew spent more than a decade defending pharmaceutical companies and other corporate clients in high stakes, bet-the-company litigation.  In that capacity, he handled cases at all stages of litigation in state and federal court, including working on multiple pharmaceutical liability trials that resulted in verdicts for his client.  Andrew now uses that experience to advocate for injured plaintiffs in similarly complex and high-stakes cases.

  • Bar Admissions

    District of Columbia
    New York
    United States District Court for District of Columbia

  • Education

    The George Washington University Law School, J.D., with Honors
    Johns Hopkins University, B.S., with Honors

  • Media Appearances
  • Publications
    • Note: A Snake in the Grass: The Constitutionality of Applying Section 798 of the Espionage Act to the Press, 77 Wash. L. Rev. 766–98 (2009).
    • Administrative Law Essay: Morrison, Edmond, and the Power of Appointments, 77 Wash. L. Rev. 1002–14 (2009).