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J. Andrew Mauldin
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J. Andrew Mauldin



The University of Alabama School of Law Tuscaloosa, AL
J.D. 2012, cum laude     

The University of Mississippi Oxford, MS
B.A. 2009, magna cum laude


    • Counseled employers and provided guidance on an extensive range of legal and regulatory issues including federal employment laws, non-compete covenants, and professional licensure regulations.
    • Represented boards of directors, officers, and shareholders in corporate governance disputes and breach of fiduciary duty claims.
    • Litigation experience regarding a broad range of issues such as employment discrimination claims, at-will terminations, insurance exclusion disputes, constitutional claims, premises liability actions, governmental liability cases, and breach of contract claims.
    • Drafted and negotiated employment contracts, non-competition covenants, separation agreements, settlement and release agreements.
    • Preliminary injunction proceedings in non-compete cases.
    • Represented business entities in an array of commercial transactions, including stock and equity purchases and redemptions, lease agreements, reorganizations, and mergers.


              • Law Clerk to Chief United States District Judge Sharion Aycock for the Northern District of Mississippi


              • A Day Late and a Dollar Short: The Mississippi Supreme Court Underscores the Boorish Side of the Gentleman’s Deal, MISSISSIPPI BUSINESS JOURNAL (Sept. 23, 2016)
              • Supersized Non-Competes: Exploring Whether the Framework Governing Non-Competes in Mississippi is Likely to Change Due to Their Expanding Use, 39 THE QUARTERLY 12 (2015)
              • All Smoke and No Fire? Analyzing the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act of 2008, 35 LAW & PSYCHOLOGY REVIEW 193, 193 (2011)

              Honors and Achievements

              • Mississippi Bar Leadership Forum 2017

              Memberships and Associations

              • Mississippi Defense Lawyers Association
                - Editor in Chief of the Quarterly (2016)
                - Editorial Board
              • Lee County Bar Association

              Bar Admissions

                • Mississippi
                • United States District Courts
                  - Northern District of Mississippi
                  - Southern District of Mississippi
                  • United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit

                  Civic and Community Activities

                    • Regional Rehabilitation Center: Board of Directors (2017-Present)
                    • First Presbyterian Church: Long-Range Planning Committee and Stewardship Committee
                    • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Mississippi: Advisory Board (2014-2016)
                    • Eagle Scout