Better Business Bureau – “A” Rated!

published by Andrew Flusche on April 3, 2014

I am happy to announce that my firm is now identified as a Better Business Bureau Accredited Business. Our team has joined an elite group of businesses that meet the BBB’s 16-factor accreditation standard for business conduct and ethics. What does this mean for my clients and potential clients? It means that I will continue […]

Announcing The First Andrew Flusche Scholarship Contest

published by Andrew Flusche on March 11, 2014

The Andrew Flusche Scholarship Contest

I represent many people who are charged with DUI and underage possession of alcohol, so I see firsthand the consequences and far-reaching effects of these situations. In its first year ever, The Andrew Flusche Scholarship Contest will require students to raise awareness about the problem of underage drinking and driving among their peers. Applicants must […]

Chambers Cakery – A Fredericksburg Sweet Spot

published by Andrew Flusche on May 8, 2013

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For my May newsletter, I let my Public Relations Manager, Laura take over this article. Here is what she had to say about Chambers Cakery: Chambers is my all-time favorite place to get a cupcake or buy a cake from. I have been a customer for over 10 years. The first cake Melissa made for […]

Ordered a Big Mac, but got a Quarter Pounder

published by Andrew Flusche on April 30, 2012

Big Mac

Today on my way back from handling Spotsylvania reckless driving tickets, I stopped by the McDonald’s drive-through for a quick bite to eat. I ordered a Big Mac. The drive-through guy did a great job of promoting a $1 drink, so I took one of those too. I grabbed my ordered and headed to my […]


Operating in the Best Way Possible

published by Andrew Flusche on February 22, 2009

I saw the above sign in Firehouse Subs a few weeks ago. Such a simple message, but crucial for any business. As your lawyer, I strive to do my absolute best every day. All the fancy business cards in the world cannot make up for poor service. You deserve better. After thinking about whether or […]


Andrew in the Wall Street Journal

published by Andrew Flusche on October 28, 2008

A couple weeks ago, I received an interview request from a Wall Street Journal reporter. She found me on a list of attorneys that use Twitter (I’m aflusche). Yesterday, I was included in a Wall Street Journal article called Twitter Goes Mainstream. It’s a great article that talks about Twitter being used outside the early-adopter […]


National Lawyer Magazine Writes About Andrew

published by Andrew Flusche on September 25, 2008

I hosted a free law class for entrepreneurs a few weeks ago. The seminar itself went really well. Now the ABA Journal, a national lawyer magazine, has written a story about the class. It’s in the context of lawyers offering free classes to the community to market their services. I’m definitely excited to have such […]


A Blog Is Effective Teaching

published by Andrew Flusche on August 11, 2008

A friend of mine just posed an interesting question to us: What is a Blog?. I encourage you to go visit his site and ponder that a little bit. What really is a blog? Pardon me while I take a step away from legal content and provide my thoughts. I chose to setup as […]


Lawyers Should Drop Resumes

published by Andrew Flusche on March 17, 2008

I whole-heartedly agree with Seth Godin’s point that resumes are pointless. Especially for lawyers. They’re a way for Big Law to try to choose from hundreds (possibly thousands) of applicants that are clambering to enter their hallowed halls. It’s sort-of standardized testing. Give each applicant a single page (standard for lawyer resumes), and see what […]