At Andrew W. Urias, PLLC, Attorney Andy Urias provides business law services to clients in Scottsdale and the greater Phoenix metropolitan area. As a long-time resident of Arizona, Mr. Urias is passionate about protecting the interests and rights of business owners and entrepreneurs. As a business and transactional lawyer, he has represented the interests of emerging companies, small businesses and large corporations through negotiation, document review, research, drafting contracts and agreements, compliance and as an advisor.
Through his experience as a business litigator, Mr. Urias has an in-depth understanding of what makes contracts and agreements vulnerable to lawsuits, which is a benefit to his clients because he recognizes what contractual language and provisions are advantageous and disadvantageous to his clients’ interests and objectives. While he advises clients on how they can avoid or minimize the risk of litigation, he also is a dedicated and skilled advocate who helps his clients obtain settlements and resolve disputes before they reach the litigation process.
Prior to practicing law, Mr. Urias worked in the music industry at companies such as Creative Artists Agency, William Morris Endeavor, AEG Live and ArtistDirect. While he has a great enthusiasm for music, he also understands the intricacies of music industry contracts and business deals and can be a valuable representative for artists, artist representatives, and entertainment entities.
Also, through his experience in the financial industry, Mr. Urias is well-versed in working with banks and their various departments and representatives and can represent borrowers and developers in connection with their borrowing, financing, and lending needs.
Mr. Urias works diligently to provide representation that is committed, attentive and proactive. Mr. Urias takes great care to be responsive to calls and emails, and makes himself available to discuss your case when you have concerns. He is a member of the State Bar of Arizona and is admitted to practice in the U.S. District Court of Arizona.