Mr. White has represented numerous corporations and individuals in all types of civil cases in state and federal courts including patent infringement, fraud, breach of contract, interference
with contract, enforcement and defense of employment and mediation agreements, and election law. He has defended interstate trucking companies in proceedings before the Federal Highway
Safety Commission as well as individuals charged with violations before the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission. In one significant case, Andy was named by the U.S. Department of
Justice as lead counsel defending an F.B.I. agent in a multi-million dollar civil rights lawsuit in U.S. District Court. Most recently, he represented a multi-billion dollar casino
and entertainment company in a proceeding in State court to block a local referendum on a zoning law for a casino.
Mr. White’s federal criminal and civil practice has included cases in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia (Eastern), New Jersey, Georgia (Northern), Florida (Southern), Iowa (North & South),
Illinois (North & South), Utah and California. He is often called upon to handle very unique and complicated cases. For example, he recently won a major victory in United States District Court in Atlanta in a case where he convinced the Court to invoke rarely-used federal laws to block a pending State court prosecution of his client.
Mr. White has also been a guest lecturer in criminal procedure at the University of Baltimore and University of Maryland Law Schools. He is a recognized expert in federal criminal
procedure and has previously testified in state court as a defense expert in the area of federal court criminal proceedings.
Prior to joining Silverman, Thompson Slutkin & White, Mr. White served as an Assistant United States Attorney with the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Maryland for
almost ten years. During his tenure as a federal prosecutor, Mr. White handled a wide variety of prosecutions including white-collar, narcotics, money laundering, violent crimes, and
Internet crimes. As a prosecutor, he received numerous awards for his work:
• He was the first federal prosecutor in the United States to use federal conspiracy, false statement and obstruction laws against trucking companies and executives for the falsification
of truck driver’s logs to mask violations of federal highway safety laws. He received an award from a national public interest group for this investigation and prosecution.
• He was named “Prosecutor of the Year” by the International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators in 2000.
• He was the first prosecutor in the United States to use tough new minimum mandatory sentencing laws against producers of child pornography. (United States v. Catalin Buculei, 262
F.3d 322 (4th Cir. 2001).)
• He received awards from the U.S. Secret Service and the Treasury Department for the investigation and prosecution of a large-scale conspiracy to steal millions of dollars in U.S.
• He headed up the investigation and prosecution of a multi-million dollar international bank fraud scheme that threatened the viability of a publicly traded corporation.
• He headed up a multi-year investigation into the murder of a prominent Maryland business man, culmination in the murder conviction of two persons. This case was featured on the
television show “Arrest & Trial.”
Mr. White also served as a private legal consultant and adviser to Independent Counsel Robert Ray in the investigation and prosecution of President William J. Clinton. As a consultant in
the Whitewater and Lewinsky matters, Mr. White helped to coordinate the grand jury investigation of the President and worked with the Independent Counsel to prepare the case for trial.
Mr. White is a 1981 graduate of the University of Vermont. He graduated from Syracuse University College of Law in 1985 and served as an editor on the Syracuse Law Review. He also
served on active duty for three years in the United States Navy and served as a judicial law clerk to the Judges on the U.S. Navy-Marine Corps Court of criminal Appeals. He left military
service as a Lieutenant Commander.
Mr. White was named as one of the “Top 50” lawyers in Maryland by Super Lawyers Magazine in 2010, and was also named by the American Trial Lawyers Association as one of the “Top 100”
trial lawyers in Maryland in 2008-2011.
Mr White has been a huge supporter of The Blue Ribbon Project from it's inception, seeing the need to support abused and neglected chilren within our community.