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Andrew T. VanEgmond

Andrew T. VanEgmond



  • Litigation
  • Business & Commercial

WSG Practice Industries


Michigan, U.S.A.


Andrew VanEgmond is a litigation associate in Dykema's Ann Arbor office. His practice focuses on automotive class actions, antitrust, products liability, employment litigation, evictions, health care matters, and other complex litigation. His research and drafting skills are central to his Dykema teams’ briefing and client advice.

While in law school, Mr. VanEgmond interned for a federal magistrate judge in Ann Arbor. He worked for two semesters with the Pediatric Advocacy Clinic, including preparing for and conducting a child custody trial. He was also a contributing editor for the Michigan Journal of Race & Law and served as an executive board member and student advocate with the Student Rights Project, representing K-12 students and their families in school disciplinary hearings.

At Dykema, Mr. VanEgmond continues to provide pro bono representation for K-12 students facing suspension and expulsion.

Bar Admissions



University of Michigan Law School, J.D., 2017, magna cum laude, Order of the Coif Michigan State University, B.A., 2011
Areas of Practice

Business & Commercial | Litigation | Antitrust & Trade Regulation


Supreme Court Rejects Third Challenge To Affordable Care Act
Dykema, June 2021

On June 17, the Supreme Court rejected another court challenge to the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”), holding that the plaintiffs lacked standing to challenge its minimum essential coverage provisions. For the third time, the Supreme Court upheld the ACA. More than a decade after the ACA was enacted, the long and winding road of ACA challenges may be over and healthcare industry participants may finally be able to rely on the ACA as settled law moving forward...

Michigan Voters Add Constitutional Protections for Electronic Data and Communications
Dykema, November 2020

While public attention focused on the federal and state elections, Michigan voters made an important decision—they adopted Proposal 20-2, which amended Michigan’s Constitution to extend its protection from unreasonable searches and seizures to electronic data and communications...

Special Inspector General for Pandemic Recovery MOUs: A Roadmap to CARES Act Enforcement
Dykema, August 2020

Businesses across the country have wondered how the new Special Inspector General for Pandemic Recovery (SIGPR) will enforce the CARES Act’s loan requirements, especially with the large number of loan and forgiveness applications. Until recently, the answer was unclear. Press releases have announced Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) between SIGPR and three U.S. Attorney’s Offices to collaborate on investigating and prosecuting CARES Act violations...

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