San Diego Office
Inveiss attended Ohio State University where he received a Bachelor
of Science degree in Labor Relations in 1981, and a Masters Degree
in Labor Relations in 1983. While attending Ohio State University,
Andris played varsity volleyball earning a second, third and fourth
place finish in the NCAA finals.
In 1983, Andris and his wife, Kellie, moved to San Diego to attend
California Western School of Law. He graduated from California
Western in June and was admitted to the California Bar in December
During his early years, Andris practiced labor, family, criminal,
workers’ compensation and personal injury law for Olins, Foerester & Siegal,
and subsequently Prochazka, McGrath & Cortes. In 1989, Andris went
to work for Heggeness & Sweet, representing insurance administrators,
third-party carriers and self-insured employers. In 1991, Andris
became an associate at Trovillion, Inveiss & Demakis and has been
the managing partner since 1996. He represents clients in the
defense of state workers’ compensation claims and wrongful
terminations. Andris also represents professional athletes.
Since 1987, Andris has represented over 200 volleyball athletes and
coaches. He has provided advice on career management and has
negotiated playing and endorsement contracts throughout the world
including the United States, Brazil, Japan, Italy, Turkey, Greece,
France, Germany, Spain, Switzerland, Austria, Poland, Finland and
Azerbaijan. Endorsement agreements have been negotiated with various
major companies including Mizuno, Nike, Ricoh, Champion and
Tachikara. Although his focus is on representing volleyball players
and coaches, he is available to discuss representing other elite
athletes in need of career management advice.
Andris and Kellie have been married since 1983 and have two
daughters, Alda and Arija. Although Andris and Kellie attended Ohio
State University, their oldest daughter, Alda, graduated from the
University of Michigan and earned her Masters degree in Public
Health from San Diego State University. Their youngest daughter,
Arija, graduated from the University of Loyola Chicago.
Andris and his family are fluent in the Latvian language, which
stems from his parents’ immigration to the United States in 1951
after the Soviet occupation of Latvia. He enjoys traveling, fishing,
golfing, working out, skiing and collecting wines. Andris enjoys
spending time at his cottage, located on Long Lake in southwestern
Michigan, visiting with family and friends.