Bloom Sugarman Boosts Litigation Practice with Addition of Andrea Pearson
Monday, December 18th, 2017
Bloom Sugarman, LLP is pleased to announce that Andrea J. Pearson has joined the firm as an associate handling complex litigation matters, particularly those involving real estate disputes. Pearson has experience in complex civil litigation, international arbitration, investigations, and securities and financial services litigation.
“We are thrilled to welcome Andrea to the firm,” said Simon Bloom, founder and partner at Bloom Sugarman. “Her litigation experience is extremely valuable and she will play an important role in maintaining our commitment to deliver the highest level of service to our clients.”
Pearson brings a wide range of experience to Bloom Sugarman, including representing clients in a variety of industries against class action, contract and tort claims. She also has experience in criminal defense and investigation matters that have focused on enforcement of federal fraud, securities and healthcare statutes.
She has represented a banking institution in a class action under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act and a payday lender in a consumer class action suit in Cobb County State Court. She also represented a client in conjunction with major banking institutions in patent infringement actions involving telecommunications and mobile banking.
Pearson served as a law clerk to Judge Clay D. Land of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Georgia in Columbus. She graduated summa cum laude from the University of Georgia with an undergraduate degree in psychology and cum laude from the University of Georgia School of Law. Before joining Bloom Sugarman, Andrea was a standout associate for five years at the Atlanta office of an Am Law 100 firm.