Andrew S. Jacob

Andrew Jacob is a supervising attorney for ASU Law Group. In his regular practice, he is a member of the Commercial Litigation and Appellate practice groups in Gordon & Rees’ Phoenix office. Andrew clerked for the Honorable Barry Silverman on the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

Prior to embarking on a second career in law, Andrew was an interventional cardiologist. In that capacity, he chaired multiple medical staff committees, actively consulted for the Health Services Advisory Group and the Arizona Medical Board, and served on the board of directors for the Scottsdale PHO. Andrew wrote several peer-reviewed medical papers, served on the editorial board of a peer review journal, and, in 2000, was recognized as Teacher of the Year at Scottsdale Healthcare Osborn. 

Publications

  • “Privacy of Nonparty Patients,” Gordon & Rees Privacy Teaches and Breaches Blog (Sep. 1, 2016)
  • “Insurance Bad Faith: A Compendium of State Law,” 4th Ed. DRI, Contributor (Fall 2015) 
  • “3rd Circuit Ruling in FTC v. Wyndham Affirms Broad Governmental Authority Under Section 5,” Gordon & Rees Privacy Teaches and Breaches Blog (September 2, 2015)
  • “Legal Hazards on the Golf Course,” Law360, (August 24, 2015)
  • “Fiduciary Duty and the Wholly Owned Company,” 51 Arizona Bar Journal, Number 11, pg, 24. Arizona Attorney (July/August 2015)
  • “Privacy and Security on the Internet of Things,” Gordon & Rees Privacy Teaches and Breaches Blog (May 22, 2015)

Media Appearances

  • “Politics Unplugged,” Phoenix 3TV, April 6, 2018, discussing ruling obtained in federal court invalidating an amendment to Arizona Constitution