Tel: 339-440-0978
JD, Northwestern University School of Law,1993; Finalist, Julius H. Minor Moot Court competition

BA, Cum Laude, University of Pennsylvania, 1988 Benjamin Franklin Scholar

Commonwealth of Massachusetts (Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court)

United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts

United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit
Andrew F. Caplan
Faculty Member, National Institute for Trial Advocacy’s Deposition Skills Program

Faculty Member, National Institute for Trial Advocacy’s Trial Advocacy Program

Member of North Shore Advisory Committee of Anti-Defamation League

Pro Bono Legal Counsel, Congregation Shirat Hayam

Former Chairman of Board of Directors, Congregation Shirat Hayam

Former Member of New England Regional Board of Directors, Anti-Defamation League

Former Chairman of North Shore Advisory Committee, Anti-Defamation League
“The Common Interest Doctrine in Massachusetts,” It’s Confidential — Privilege Law in Massachusetts, Massachusetts Bar Association CLE Presenter, March 25, 2010.

“Marshaling Evidence for Proof of Dishonesty,” Preparing for Trial of the Complex Fidelity and Surety Claim, American Bar Association CLE, January 2007(co-author).

“Massachusetts Bad Faith Claims,” Insurance Bad Faith Claims, Sterling Ed. 2004

“Ethical Investigation of Fidelity Bond Claims: Protecting Privacy,” Fidelity Law Association Journal, Vol. X October 2004 (co-author).

“Massachusetts Attorneys Beware: 'Absolute' Litigation Privilege May Not Be As Broad As You Think,” Boston Bar Journal, May/June 2003.

“Computing the Amount of Compensable Loss under the Financial Institution Bond,” Tort Insurance Law Journal, Volume 33, Number 3, Spring 1998 (co-author)

Andrew Caplan is a trial lawyer and founding partner of Twohig Caplan LLP, a Massachusetts law firm focusing on civil litigation and dispute resolution and avoidance. Andrew helps his clients – large and small businesses, executives, professionals, and private individuals – to avoid and resolve disputes efficiently and favorably.

Andrew provides legal counsel and representation in connection with civil legal disputes involving business, contracts, banking and financial services, employment, and insurance claims and coverage. Andrew handles all aspects of dispute resolution, including litigation and trials in state and federal courts, arbitrations, negotiations, and mediations.

Highlights of Andrew’s 20-year career as a trial lawyer with downtown Boston law firms and as general counsel of a start-up business include:

Successfully represent a number of companies in bet-the company litigations.

Win $2 million arbitration award for clients facing contentious disputes from failed corporate merger.

Assist corporate and individual clients to recover tens of millions of dollars in insurance proceeds under virtually all types of insurance policies.

Help businesses and individuals with contract preparation and negotiation, employment issues, non-competition agreements, risk avoidance, and resolution of customer claims.

Martindale Hubbell rates Andrew “A.V. Preeminent,” the top rating for lawyers who have demonstrated the highest degree of professionalism, skill and ethics. Andrew holds a 10/10 ("Superb") rating from AVVO.

Rated “A.V. Preeminent” by Martindale Hubbell, the top rating for lawyers who have demonstrated the highest degree of professionalism, skill and ethics.

10/10 ("Superb") rating from AVVO.

Recipient of Rudolph North Shore Volunteer Award, awarded for demonstrating exceptional leadership for the Anti-Defamation League and the North Shore community.
Boston Office
Michael P. Twohig
Twohig Caplan LLP
25 Pender Street
Boston, MA 02132-3209
Tel: 617-548-3627
North Shore Office
Andrew F. Caplan
Twohig Caplan LLP
P.O. Box 84
Swampscott, MA 01907-0084
Tel: 339-440-0978