Andres Munoz | Romano Law

Andres Munoz

Special Litigation Counsel

Andres Muzon Romano Law

Admitted

New York (2006)

U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York (2007)

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York (2007)

Law School

New York Law School, J.D. (2005)

New York Law School Law Review, Case Comments Editor

University

Boston University B.S., (2002)

Andres Munoz is an intellectual property and commercial litigator with over a decade of experience handling complex matters for clients ranging from individuals to large corporations.  He has litigated in state and federal trial courts in New York and across the nation, as well as arbitral forums.

Andres’ experience is broad and includes matters relating to contracts, fiduciary duties, partnership disputes, financial fraud, bankruptcy, and intellectual property disputes (trade secrets, copyright, trademark, and unfair competition).  He has also represented corporate directors and officers facing government investigations and prosecutions.

Prior to joining Romano Law, Andres worked as a senior litigation associate at a large nationwide law firm and as an Assistant District Attorney in Queens County, New York City.  As a prosecutor, Andres prosecuted hundreds of cases and conducted many trials before juries and judges.

Andres is currently a member of the New York City Bar Association, where he has served as member of the Judiciary Committee and the Minorities in the Courts Committee.

Outside of the law, Andres enjoys spending time both high up in the mountains and on the water.  He is an avid rock climber, amateur mountaineer, sailor, and surfer.

Blog Entries

  • Force Majeure in the Wake of COVID-19

    In the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, many businesses have found themselves unable to perform their contractual obligations, whether due to changed economic circumstances or actual impossibility.  We have now seen several cases in which force majeure provisions are beginning to be tested as a result of the pandemic.  In these cases, courts are being


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