Gentry Locke Welcomes Associate Andrew Gay to Roanoke Office

Andrew-Gay_smROANOKE, VA (January 4, 2016) – Gentry Locke is pleased to announce the addition of associate attorney Andrew O. Gay to our Roanoke headquarters. Andrew will work in the firm’s Commercial Litigation practice group, where he will primarily focus on assisting clients with construction contracts and construction litigation.

Prior to joining Gentry Locke, Andrew served as Associate General Counsel for a multi-million dollar construction company, where he was tasked with protecting the interests of the company and its affiliates through handling contracts, employment and labor litigation, and dispute resolution.

Andrew’s passion for the construction industry makes him a great fit for our firm,” stated Brett Marston, who chairs Gentry Locke’s Construction Law group. “Having grown up working in the industry, he understands the processes and challenges that contractors and developers face. He truly enjoys solving issues so projects can proceed to a more timely and profitable conclusion.”

Andrew received his Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management from Everglades University in Sarasota, Florida. Upon earning his Juris Doctor from Liberty University School of Law, he and his wife fell in love with Southwest Virginia and decided to make it their home. Andrew is licensed to practice in Virginia and Florida.

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