Andrew Boldt

Chicago Office
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Andrew Boldt concentrates his practice on complex civil litigation matters.

Andrew frequently litigates on behalf of varied commercial and real estate lenders. He has sought and obtained both pre- and post-judgment remedies for these clients and defended them successfully from sophisticated lender liability theories asserted by borrowers and others. He also represents clients in connection with investigations and related matters involving government entities such as the Department of Justice, the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC), and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). Andrew has additional experience in bankruptcy proceedings, foreclosure litigation, derivative and shareholder disputes, director and fiduciary liability, and trusts and estates litigation. He advocates on behalf of clients in courts and alternative dispute resolution forums across the country.

While attending law school, Andrew was a member of the Senior Editorial Board for the Virginia Journal of Law and Technology.

Shown below is a selection of Andrew’s engagements.

  • Representation of a major financial services firm in litigation brought by an institutional investor arising out of firm’s role in alternative investment strategy.
  • Representation in connection with obtaining a non-dischargeable judgment for lender at trial and defending it on appeal in bankruptcy litigation against the former principal of lender’s commercial borrower based on fraudulent representations in connection with its credit facility.
  • Representation of the court-appointed receiver for a portfolio of commercial properties in a set of consolidated mortgage foreclosure actions.
  • Representation of the senior lender in intercreditor litigation arising out of financing provided to the parent of a large network of skilled nursing facilities in connection with a leveraged real estate transaction.
  • Defense and prosecution in connection with competing Racketeer Influenced And Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) and fiduciary duty claims arising out of a new technology venture. A total eleven weeks of jury trials resulted in all claims against Katten clients being dismissed or vacated following post-trial briefing and a verdict in favor of Katten clients on their claims.
  • Representation of trustees and executor in successfully concluding a long running series of litigation matters regarding the administration of various interrelated family trusts and estates.
  • Representation of a metropolitan transportation authority in connection with defeating all claims against an insurer in an arbitration for bad faith insurance practices arising out of the cancellation of a wrap-up policy for a public infrastructure construction project.


Super Lawyers, 2010


  • JD, University of Virginia School of Law
  • BA, Dartmouth College, cum laude

Bar Admissions

  • Illinois


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