Andrew M. Kiphart
Andrew started working in a general practice litigation firm in Carroll County, Maryland after receiving his bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from the University of Maryland, College Park in 2013. Over the next nine years, Andrew worked his way through law school from an intern position to law clerk, and, after admission to the bar in 2018, became an associate attorney at the practice, focusing on general civil litigation, estate planning and administration, administrative law, and appellate practice. Within his first year as a practicing attorney, Andrew successfully represented a Baltimore County retiree before the Court of Special Appeals, securing prior favorable rulings before the Baltimore County Circuit Court and Board of Appeals.
Andrew has advised individuals, families, and businesses in a wide variety of subject matter areas—from adversarial contract disputes, EEOC claims, judicial review of administrative decisions, and general civil litigation, to estate planning and administration, contract drafting and review, real estate and business transactions, regulatory compliance, business formation and employment matters. Andrew possesses an array of practical knowledge and real-world experience in both an administrative/advisory role as well as a litigator and advocate.
Andrew joined Remus, Weddle, & Cavenee in 2022, bringing his knowledge and experience to Frederick County, and he looks to continue providing a high level of service to his clients by providing pragmatic, thoughtful advice and zealous advocacy.
Individual Practice Areas
- Estates and Trusts Planning and Administration
- Contract Drafting and Litigation
- Business Formation and Litigation
- Construction Litigation
- Property Disputes
- Zoning/Land Use
- Landlord Tenant Disputes
- General Civil Litigation
- University of Maryland School of Law – J.D. (2017)
- University of Maryland at College Park – B.A. in Philosophy (2013)
- Maryland (2018)