Andrew C. Thompson
Admitted to the State Bar of Maryland, 2003
State Bar of Michigan, 2005
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan, 2010
Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Michigan, 2010
Andrew C. Thompson is a member of PDKST and practices in the fields of municipal law, real estate, and business law. A Michigan native, Andrew has been involved in municipal law for his entire career. After graduating from Northern Michigan University and the George Washington University Law School, he started as an Assistant County Attorney for Montgomery County, Maryland, where he specialized in government contracts, public works, and emergency management law. While there, he learned that local government is the level of government that has the most direct and important effect on the lives of its citizens. Later, he put that knowledge to good use as he spent seven years as in-house counsel for Genesee County, advising County leaders on a variety of issues related to contracts and purchasing, human resources, real estate, and uniquely municipal matters such as the Open Meetings Act and the Freedom of Information Act.
After leaving the County for private practice, Andrew joined PDKST in 2017 and became a member in 2018 where he is now represents local governments of all types in matters such as code enforcement, ordinance drafting, zoning, public works, and human resources. In addition, Andrew now puts his business law and real estate expertise to use in representing businesses and individuals throughout the Great Lakes Bay Region. In his practice, he focuses on providing practical and efficient solutions to get the best possible results for his clients.
Andrew lives in Midland with his wife and daughters, where he enjoys card, tabletop, and board games of all kinds.