Drew Fryhoff assists with a wide variety of civil litigation defending clients against general liability claims concerning property damage, premises liability, construction defects, automobile negligence, and personal injury. Drew’s work covers all aspects of litigation and alternative dispute resolution, including drafting motions and appellate briefs, performing legal research, attending depositions and hearings, and preparing for trial. Additionally, Drew assists with advising insurers on fraud-based insurance coverage matters and jewelers block policy disputes in pursuit of favorable resolutions to legal conflicts.
Drew rejoins WCM after previously working as a Summer Associate. While in law school, Drew served as the Executive Notes & Comments Editor for the Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial & Commercial Law, was a competitor and coach for the Alternative Dispute Resolution Honor Society, participated in Brooklyn Law School’s Mediation Clinic, and studied abroad in Beijing, China. Drew also interned for the Honorable Elizabeth S. Stong (U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of New York), the Honorable Katherine A. Levine (Kings County Supreme Court), and several law firms focusing on commercial litigation, bankruptcy litigation, and contractual law. Prior to pursuing a career in law, Drew provided investigative services to the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia in Washington, D.C.