Andrew L. Metcalf

Associate || St. Louis

Andrew represents businesses and public organizations in all aspects of employment law, including both litigation and human resources counseling. He assists clients facing lawsuits and administrative charges alleging employment discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and violations of other workplace laws and regulations, including the FMLA and FLSA. He has guided clients through investigations by the EEOC, Missouri Commission on Human Rights, the Department of Labor, and OSHA. Having extensive experience with complex employment litigation, Andrew offers strategies to ensure clients are efficiently and thoroughly protected in workplace legal matters. As a chapter editor for a treatise on the FMLA, Andrew has extensive knowledge about employee leave of absence laws.

Andrew also helps businesses and human resources professionals minimize risk by offering practical strategies and legal counseling on workplace policies, including the preparation and review of employee handbooks and employment contracts. He regularly speaks to business groups about best practices and litigation avoidance, and he is a frequent author about developments under Missouri law.

Andrew is a Committee Chair for the Human Resources Management Association of Greater St. Louis, and has led several initiatives to help HR professionals network and launch their careers.

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Andrew has significant experience litigating a broad range of claims through all stages of litigation, including trial and appeals. Favorable results for clients include the following:


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Professional Activities

  • American Bar Association
  • Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis
  • The Missouri Bar
  • Human Resources Management Association (Newsletter Editor and Chair and Co-Founder of the Young Professionals’ Committee)
  • Boys Hope Girls Hope (Volunteer)
  • Young Friends of Starkloff Disability Institute (Member)


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