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Andrew D. Strotman

 

Andrew Strotman served ten years in the Marine Corps, first as an infantry officer and later as a judge advocate. He commanded a rifle platoon, a Dragons platoon, and a company in the Second Marine Division. After attending Creighton University on the Funded Law Program and graduating summa cum laude in 1986, he served as a trial defense counsel at Marine Corps Base, Quantico, Virginia. He participated in several high-profile military cases involving charges ranging from homicide to capital espionage.

In the years following his military service, Andrew has handled complex white collar criminal and civil cases in federal, military and state courts, including representing law enforcement officers and other public officials in both civil and criminal proceedings. He advises businesses on internal investigations and employee misconduct situations, as well as subpoenas and investigatory demands implicating HIPAA, financial privacy and other matters involving the government or the criminal system.

 

AREAS OF PRACTICE

White Collar Criminal Defense and Parallel Civil or Administrative Proceedings (including health care, tax and bank fraud)
Defense of Law Enforcement Officers and Public Officials
Professional Licensing and Disciplinary Complaints
Civil Rights Litigation
Medical and Financial Privacy
Professional advice to lawyers and law firms
Courts martial and administrative separation proceedings

BAR ADMISSIONS

Nebraska
U.S. Court of Appeals 8th Circuit
U.S. Tax Court
United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces

EDUCATION

Creighton University School of Law, summa cum laude,  1986
Creighton University, B.A. History, magna cum laude, 1978
Naval Justice School, Newport, RI, 1986

HONORS AND AWARDS

Martindale Hubbell AV rating
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Nebraska Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Navy Commendation Medal
Navy Achievement Medal
Marine Corps Infantry Officer Course
Marine Corps Mountain and Winter Warfare Course
Norwegian Winter Warfare School for NATO Officers