The George Washington University Law School,
The George Washington University,
The Lesbian and Gay Bar Association of Chicago (LAGBAC)
Judicial Evaluation Committee
Thompson Coburn LLP
Summer Associate, 2016
Black Entertainment Television
Senior Content Clearance & Licensing Analyst, 2005-2016
Member, Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity; Officer, Pi Kappa Alpha Alumni Association, 2003-Present
Member, George Washington University Rugby Team Alumni Association, 2003-Present
President and founder, Antonin Scalia Law School Equality Alliance, 2013-2014
Drew represents clients in state and federal litigation and works diligently to help clients achieve favorable outcomes that align with their specific business priorities.
Drew assists business clients in a variety of litigation matters including complex multi-district litigation, intellectual property, tort, and breach of contract disputes.
Drew has experience instituting and coordinating collections proceedings against judgment debtors on behalf of clients in order to satisfy their claims. He is also active in pro bono matters and has assisted with prisoner rights cases involving conditions of confinement claims.
Prior to joining Thompson Coburn's business litigation group, Drew attended law school at George Washington University while employed as a senior content clearance and licensing analyst in the legal department at an entertainment network. In that position, Drew managed the contract process — from drafting to execution — for content licenses and service agreements. He also oversaw the rights and clearance process for over 150 broadcast programs and series and assisted with litigation matters involving infringement claims.
Drew learned the flexibility and speed required to effectively anticipate and solve problems within a business. He uses that knowledge to guide his work for clients, providing a focused, thoughtful analysis of not just the case at hand, but any other areas of risk or conflict that may be on the horizon.
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