Andrew S. Chumney, a Partner with Peacock Keller since 2011, focuses his practice on the representation of coal, oil, and natural gas producers and other energy related businesses.
After joining Peacock Keller in 2003, Mr. Chumney rotated among various sections within the firm gaining experience in all facets of the law ranging from litigation to employment law to estates and trusts. He now utilizes that experience by representing some of the county’s largest energy producers in a broad array of energy and real estate related matters, including without limitation, mineral title issues, land and mineral acquisitions and leasing, lease negotiations, asset sales and transactions, and permitting and regulatory issues associated with coalbed methane and natural gas wells.
Mr. Chumney graduated from Washington and Jefferson College, cum laude, in 2000 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History. In 2003, Andrew received his Juris Doctorate from Duquesne University School of Law, serving as Executive Articles Editor for the Duquesne Law Review.
Mr. Chumney is a member of the Washington County and Pennsylvania Bar Associations, and the Energy and Mineral Law Foundation and regularly presents on energy related topics to various organizations.
Andrew was born in Cambridge, Ohio and since moving to Washington County has been active in Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Washington County and Habitat for Humanity and served as a coach for the Canonsburg Youth Baseball League, Canon-McMillan Youth Basketball League, and TWIST Softball. He and his wife, Jennifer, currently reside in South Franklin with their son, Christian, and daughter, Ava.