Andrew T. Warren


Andrew T. Warren is the founder and principal attorney of Trenholm Warren, LLC.

Andrew previously worked as an attorney and NHLPA certified player agent for a boutique sports agency. He helped procure contracts in excess of $20 million in potential earnings for that Firm’s clients. In his current role as principal attorney of Trenholm Warren, LLC, Andrew provides services pertaining to copyright, trademark, media and sports law along with general business counsel.

In 2016, Andrew earned a LL.M. in Intellectual Property from George Washington University. He was also awarded 1st prize in the prestigious Marcus B. Finnegan writing competition for submitting the best article in any area of intellectual property law by a GWU law student. That article, “GIF Gaffe,” was subsequently published in Volume XXVII of Fordham’s Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal in the Fall of 2016.

Andrew is a life-long hockey fan and was a goaltender for the Boston University varsity ice hockey team.


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LL.M., Intellectual Property; George Washington University Law School, 2016

J.D., Suffolk University Law School, 2007

B.S., Boston University; College of Communication, 2003


The Commonwealth of Massachusetts

United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts


Massachusetts Bar Association; Complex Commercial Litigation Section Council (2018-19)

Copyright Society of the USA

International Trademark Association


INDUSTRY BLOG: “A Costly Haircut,”, May 21, 2018 (link)

LAW REVIEW ARTICLE: “GIF Gaffe: How Big Sports Ignored Lenz¬†and Used the DMCA to Chill Free Speech on Twitter,” Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal, Volume XXVII, Number 1, Fall 2016 (link)

TRADE JOURNAL: “What Benefits Do Leagues See by Blocking Content on Twitter,” The SportsBusiness Journal, Vol. 19, No. 23, Sept. 19-25, 2016 (link)


1st Prize; Marcus B. Finnegan Intellectual Property Competition; Best Publishable Article in IP Law by a GWU Law Student, 2016