Meridyth Andresen's experience includes representing various commercial entities in complex civil litigation matters, including antitrust and class action suits addressing a variety of allegation and legal theories. Specifically, Meridyth has represented multi-line insurance companies, health insurance companies and product manufacturers in a variety of class and individual actions involving breach of contract and tort claims through various stages of litigation in numerous state and federal jurisdictions, including:
Meridyth Andresen practices in the area of franchise and distributor law. She successfully represented a nationwide distributor of moving vehicles and equipment against allegations of federal antitrust violations.
During law school, Ms. Andresen was senior associate editor of the Journal of Corporation Law. Prior to joining the firm, she spent her second summer at a law firm in Chicago, Ill., and worked during her final year of law school with the Legal Clinic at the University of Iowa College of Law. Ms. Andresen has defended entities in class and individual claims alleging breach of contract, violations of federal and state antitrust provisions, consumer fraud, and various other commercial tort claims.
Bar and Court Admissions
United States District Court for the District of Arizona, 2003
United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, 2007
University of Iowa, J.D., high distinction, Order of the Coif, 2002
University of Iowa, B.A., 1998