Mr. Andrewscavage’s practice is primarily devoted to defending clients in state and federal courts in matters involving labor and employment litigation, class actions, FLSA collective actions, and general business litigation.
Chip Andrewscavage primarily focuses on representing both individual and corporate clients in complex litigation matters and government enforcement actions. Mr. Andrewscavage has represented clients in both state and federal courts in various locations and has advised clients on a variety of litigation matters, including contract disputes, securities class actions, and fraud claims.
Prior to joining the Firm, Chip was an associate at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP where he advised clients on a broad range of complex litigation matters. In law school, Chip served as a managing editor of the Tulane Law Review.
On The Road
- Emerging Trends in Transportation: The Road Ahead
May 26, 2022, Chip Andrewscavage, Scopelitis Webinar Series
- Law Alert: Illinois Appellate Court Issues BIPA Ruling that May Drastically Increase Exposure for Transportation Companies Operating in IllinoisThis week, an Illinois Appellate Court issued a ruling with the potential to dramatically increase liability under Illinois' Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA), which could lead to many more class action lawsuits against transportation companies operating in Illinois.
- Transportation Brief: Enforcing Choice-of-Law Provision, Federal Court Dismisses Illinois Wage ClaimThe Northern District of Illinois recently dismissed IWPCA claims raised by the owners of several motor carriers based on a Virginia choice-of-law clause. More from the Scopelitis Chicago office on why the decision is particularly notable.
- Transportation Brief: Illinois Supreme Court Ruling Sparks Increase in Biometric Privacy LitigationAs the use of biometric identifiers for timekeeping, handheld devices, and security grows, so does state regulation and litigation. A recent Illinois Supreme Court ruling and the subsequent flood of litigation regarding compliance with Illinois’s Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA) highlights the urgent need to review biometric compliance protocol.