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Andrew T. VanEgmond Associate

Areas of Practice

Bar Admissions

  • Michigan


University of Michigan Law School, J.D., 2017, magna cum laude, Order of the Coif

Michigan State University, B.A., 2011

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

While in law school, Mr. VanEgmond served as an intern for Federal Magistrate Judge David Grand 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.


  • Planned and conducted a hearing before the Michigan Administrative Hearing System that resulted in the ALJ approving a nursing home client’s involuntary discharge of a patient who had repeatedly violated the client’s safety policies
  • Researched and drafted a long series of briefs that resulted in the dismissal of a large punitive damages request against a major auto manufacturer in a high exposure personal injury product liability case
  • Researched and drafted an NLRB position statement that convinced an NLRB investigator to drop the charging party’s Weingarten claim against his employer
  • Transformed a class action settlement into a set of guidelines for creating a software program to administer a settlement with millions of potential claimants
  • Argued and won a client’s opposition to a motion to set aside a consent judgment in landlord-tenant court
  • Researched and drafted a successful motion to dismiss an appeal of a class action settlement