Andrew Silver


Andrew Silver’s practice focuses on all aspects of complex civil litigation matters in federal and state courts, with a special emphasis on cases involving the industries of consumer financial services and consumer products. He is experienced in matters concerning data privacy, contracts, labeling and product defects, and claims brought under federal statutes such as the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), National Bank Act, and Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO). Andrew has litigated numerous class action cases through the class certification, summary judgment, settlement, and appellate stages.

Representative matters include:

  • Representing clients in state and federal court cases in class action, False Claims Act, commercial, and appellate litigation
  • Working on discovery in class action cases, including taking and defending depositions, for purposes of class certification and summary judgment proceedings
  • Working with expert witnesses to synthesize expert reports related to both liability and damages in product labeling, TCPA, and product defect matters, and responding to Daubert briefs regarding admissibility of expert testimony
  • Assisting in settlement efforts in class action cases

Prior to law school, Andrew worked as a correspondent and desk assistant in The Boston Globe’s Sports Department covering high school and college sports.

Andrew graduated magna cum laude as a member of the Order of the Coif from Boston College Law School, where he served as Articles Editor of the Boston College International & Comparative Law Review. He also worked as a student-attorney at the Boston College Legal Assistance Bureau, practicing housing law, family law, and administrative law on behalf of indigent clients. During law school, Andrew interned with both the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office in New York, NY, and the United States District Court in Burlington, Vermont, for the Hon. C.J. William K Sessions, III.


Awards + Recognition

Professional + Community

  • Member, Bar of the District of Columbia
  • Member, Massachusetts Bar
Publications + Presentations
September 25, 2019 | Publication

"The Definitive Guide to Online Gaming and Betting in the U.S."

Comprehensive eBook from Ifrah Law, available as a complimentary download

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June 10, 2019 | Publication

"What Illinois stands to lose from the ‘penalty box’"

Andrew Silver of Ifrah Law analyzes the Illinois betting bill and considers the pains the penalty box clause is likely to cause to the local industry

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December 14, 2016 | Publication

"New HHS Kickback Safe Harbors Are Subject To Many Conditions"

National Law Review

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April 1, 2015 | Publication

"Deceptive Labeling Class Action Settlements"

American Association for Justice Class Action Law Group Newsletter, Spring 2015 (member subscription required)

January 30, 2015 | Publication

"Supreme Court Ruling Provides Significant Protection to Whistleblowers"

National Law Review

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Blog Posts
October 17, 2019

SEC’s Lawsuit Against Telegram Raises Questions About Cryptocurrency “Presales” Under Regulation D

SEC’s Lawsuit Against Telegram Raises Questions About Cryptocurrency “Presales” Under Regulation D

On October 11, 2019, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) filed a lawsuit against Telegram Group, Inc. and TON Issuer, Inc. (“Telegram”), and simultaneously obtained a temporary restraining order preventing Telegram from issuing its “Gram” cryptocurrency, which had been scheduled for delivery on October 31, 2019.  The SEC claimed that the sale of Grams amount… Read More

June 4, 2019

New Hampshire Federal Court Finds Wire Act Is Limited to Gambling on Sporting Events

New Hampshire Federal Court Finds Wire Act Is Limited to Gambling on Sporting Events

On June 3, 2019, Judge Paul Barbadoro of the United States District Court for the District of New Hampshire issued a 60-page opinion holding that the Wire Act is limited to sports gambling.  Judge Barbadoro’s opinion resolved litigation between the New Hampshire Lottery Commission, its service provider (NeoPollard), and the Department of Justice (DOJ), over… Read More

FTC Beat | Ifrah on iGaming