Andrew H. Barbour
Andrew Barbour enjoys indoor rock climbing and bouldering, trap shooting (personal record: 88 straight) and various other target sports, and woodworking. Mr. Barbour and his daughter regularly volunteer to plant trees around the city with Tucson Million Trees.
Andrew joined the firm in 2013, and became an equity partner in 2023.
Real Estate Litigation
Mr. Barbour heads the firm’s real-estate litigation practice. Mr. Barbour has extensive experience litigating — and prevailing in — disputes over real covenants (including planned community covenants, conditions, and restrictions or “CC&Rs”), easements, slander-of-title claims, and adverse possession and prescriptive rights, as well as actions for partition and for quiet title.
Mr. Barbour’s civil practice also includes commercial disputes, defamation claims, negligence, and other civil disputes before the courts, as well as representing clients in administrative hearings before the Arizona Medical Board, the State Board of Dental Examiners, the Department of Economic Security, and the Registrar of Contractors.
Representative Litigation Cases
- Retrieval of entirety of $2 million bid bond improperly collected by foreign state-owned oil company for international trading company
- Representation of plaintiffs in a defamation action, resulting in a seven-figure settlement
- Enforcement of $1.13 million foreign arbitral award in United States District Court, District of Connecticut
- Representing group of five condominium owners against developer and seller of golf resort property for breach of contract, quiet title, and related claims
- Litigation of claims of livestock rancher against feed manufacturer over defective and dangerous feed supplement
- Defense of numerous local business owners against claims of violations under the Americans with Disabilities Act
- Defense of local political organization against injunction claims by political opponents; then successfully countersued for abuse of process and malicious prosecution
- Litigation of claims of purchaser of high-value RV against seller and manufacturer for consumer warranty violations
- Litigation of intentional tort and Arizona Residential Landlord Tenant Act claims against landlord on behalf of tenant; then successfully litigated adversarial proceedings against landlord in U.S. Bankruptcy Court
- State Bar of Connecticut, 2009
- State bar of Arizona, 2013
- U.S. District Court District of Arizona, 2016
- Juris Doctor, James E. Rogers College of Law (with Certificate in International Trade and Business Law), 2008
- B.A. Near Eastern Studies; B.A. Russian language, University of Arizona, 1999
- Institut Molodyozhi (Moscow, Russia), Fall Semester 1998
- Haifa University (Haifa, Israel), Spring Semester 1997
- Barton Prieve v. Flying Diamond Airpark, LLC252 Ariz. 195, 500 P.3d 1045 (App. 2021)
- West v. Highroads Prop. Owners Ass’n., No. 2 CA-CV 2019-0033 (June 8, 2020)
- 2008 – 2013: In-house Counsel, Hyundai Corporation (현대종합상사) Seoul, Korea