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The Daily Record’s 2024 Business Law Power List Honors Andrew H. Milne

McMillan Metro Faerber is proud to announce that our own, Andrew H. Milne, has been recognized by The Daily Record’s 2024 Business Law Power List. Click here to read the original article. 


Andrew H. MilneAndrew H. Milne

McMillan Metro Faerber, P.C.

For more than 25 years, Andrew H. Milne has advised and represented businesses of all sizes providing counsel on business operations and start-up matters, personnel management, employment law, and corporate governance. In addition to providing consulting services to clients, he is a connector, finding clients advisors in other specialized fields.

Milne works not only to represent his clients on legal matters, but he also works to help identify potential issues and challenges and provides solutions for his clients, including adjustments to workplace policies or adding incentive programs for workplace morale. Milne received his Bachelor of Arts from Colorado College and his Juris Doctor from Washington & Lee University School of Law. He is admitted to practice law in Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia.

What’s the most important thing you do in your job?

The most important thing I do in my job is to keep my advice useful and straightforward. Sound legal analysis can be complex, but clients need actionable guidance.

What is one aspect of your profession you would like to change?

Let’s be sure our technology stays in service to our needs and that our efforts are not in service to technology. Email already creates communications clutter and sometimes confuses speed with effectiveness. A good phone call with a client for probing their priorities is often better than a series of emails back and forth.

If you weren’t in this industry, what would you be doing?

If I weren’t in the legal profession, I would still be in an advisory or managerial role of some kind. Active listening, analytical skills, precise communication, and process management are valuable in many situations besides practicing law.