Andrew Loewenstein is a West Palm Beach litigation attorney who concentrates his practice in complex healthcare, business, and labor and employment matters. Mr. Loewenstein also represents insureds and underwriters in connection with transactional risk products, including the issuances of representations and warranties (R&W) insurance policies. Mr. Loewenstein employs innovative strategies to prosecute multistate fraud schemes, represent management's interests in labor and employment disputes, and navigate high-stakes business litigation. His clients range from startups to Fortune 500 companies, and include major insurers, financial institutions and a variety of business interests. Mr. Loewenstein primarily practices in Florida and Georgia. Mr. Loewenstein represents property and casualty (P&C) and health insurers in litigations brought against providers who fraudulently obtained healthcare benefits and insurance payments. These matters are predominately litigated in federal court and are filed only after an extensive investigation that reveals deceptive or fraudulent conduct. Mr. Loewenstein assists clients in a number of industries to develop innovative methods for investigating and identifying fraudulent conduct. Mr. Loewenstein also represents insurers in post-payment reviews and pre-suit mediation in an effort to resolve some matters before suit is filed. He also defends health insurers in Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) litigation, including the investigation of fraud in the submission of associated claims and filing counter claims, were appropriate. Mr. Loewenstein represents management's interests in labor and employment disputes, including defending claims brought under Title VII (race, national origin, religion and sex discrimination), Florida Civil Rights Act (FCRA), Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), and related state and federal employment laws. He also has significant experience with eDiscovery in state and federal courts, particularly in the context of litigating misappropriation of trade secrets against former employees. Mr. Loewenstein has prosecuted and defended preliminary injunctions in trade secret and breach of non-compete litigation matters. While in law school, Mr. Loewenstein served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Beth Bloom in the Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court for Miami Dade County. Mr. Loewenstein also served as an intern in the U.S. Senate and was the president of a multinational nonprofit organization before becoming an attorney.