Andy Rodenbough has a wide-ranging litigation practice that includes business litigation, railroad litigation, and non-compete litigation. He regularly represents clients in state court, federal court, and the North Carolina Business Court, as well as in appellate courts.
Andy represents individuals and companies from a variety of industries in business disputes, with a particular focus on litigation in the North Carolina Business Court. Andy has experience in matters including complex contract disputes, litigation regarding non-compete covenants and other restrictive covenants, class action litigation, franchisee/franchisor disputes, and unfair trade practices litigation.
Andy advises both employers and employees regarding non-compete, non-solicitation, and other restrictive covenants, and frequently represents parties in state-court and federal-court disputes arising from those covenants.
Andy regularly represents one of the country's largest railroads in both state and federal court litigation, including the defense of actions arising under the Federal Employers' Liability Act (FELA).
Honors & Recognitions
Selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America© "Ones to Watch" for Commercial Litigation (2021)
University of North Carolina School of Law, J.D., 2013, with honors; Editor in Chief, North Carolina Law Review
U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit
U.S. District Court for the Western, Middle, and Eastern Districts of North Carolina
- Press Release09.22.2020
- RecognitionThe Best Lawyers in America®, 08.20.2020
- COVID-19 Response Resource Center: Timely Counsel for your Business, 03.25.2020
- Client AlertBrooks Pierce Attorneys Author "Weapons Emerging to Take Up Against ‘Trolls’" in National Law Journal09.07.2014
Professional & Civic
Professional & Civic Activities
Greensboro Bar Association Young Lawyers Section (2013-present)
My first priority is achieving positive outcomes for our clients. Sometimes that means fighting things out in court, an arena where my competitive fire shines, but I also have the experience and judgment to navigate a compromise when it makes sense to do so. Whatever the case, I promise that I’ll treat your business and your problems like they’re my own.
North Carolina is and will always be my home. I was born and raised in Greensboro and I’m raising my kids here, so this community means a lot to me. Now I’m in a position where I can help local businesses and individuals solve the complex legal problems they face on a daily basis. It’s a privilege and an honor to do so.
I worked in ESPN’s Stats and Analysis department before practicing law and am always ready to argue about ACC basketball and football. When I’m not working, you can usually find me at home watching sports or playing with my wife Frances, our daughters Grace and Leigh, and our dog Lawson.