Loyola University Chicago

School of Law

Part-time Faculty A-M

Andrew B. Cripe

Title/s: Partner, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP

Phone: 312.704.3000

E-mail: acripe@hinshawlaw.com


Andrew B. Cripe is a partner in the Business Litigation Practice Group of Hinshaw & Culbertson. He concentrates his practice in the areas of labor and employment litigation and counseling and construction law. Prior to joining Hinshaw & Culbertson in January 2003, he was a compensation and employment law attorney at Baker & McKenzie. He developed and is an editor of the Hinshaw & Culbertson Employment Practices Alert. His recent publications and presentations include: "Soliciting, Investigating & Responding to Complaints Under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act," author, Martindale.com Legal Articles, May 11, 2004; "Restrictive Covenants in Physician Contracts: An Emerging Public Policy Battleground," presented at "Keeping Current 2004 Health Transactions and Litigation," sponsored by the Illinois State Bar Association Health Care Section, Southern Illinois University School of Law and Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, Department of Humanities, April 2004 and subsequently published in the Health Care Lawyer, June 2004; "The Health Care Industry & The Fair Labor Standards Act: Complying With Existing & Proposed Overtime Rules," presented at "Employment Law Challenges in the Health Care Industry," March 2004; "Resolving Ambiguities In the Bond Form: Who Gets The Benefit Of The Doubt?" IADC Fidelity and Surety Committee Newsletter, February 2004; "School Law for Administrators: Risk Management in the Employment Termination Process," presented to the Independent Schools Association for the Central States, December 2003; and "Employee & Director Accountability to Shareholders: Doing Business for Business Owners," author, DePaul Business & Commercial Law Journal, Winter 2003. 

Contact address:
222 North LaSalle Street
Suite 300
Chicago, IL 60601 


B.A., Minnesota, 1994
J.D. cum laude, Loyola Chicago, 1997

Program Areas

Employment Law Counseling
Legal Writing