Andrew is a trial lawyer with experience in defense of consumer class actions, antitrust and unfair competition litigation. He represents corporations and individuals in criminal and civil price-fixing matters, defends clients against claims of monopolization (including claims arising out of the procurement of patents), and counsels firms before the FTC, the DOJ and state attorneys general with respect to obtaining clearance of or defending the antitrust aspects of proposed mergers and acquisitions. He has worked with a variety of industries, including consumer products, retailing, construction materials, telecommunications, petroleum products and transportation.
Admitted: Illinois Bar, 1987. Member—trial bar of the US District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. Admitted: US Supreme Court; US Courts of Appeals—Second, Fourth, Fifth, Seventh, Ninth and Tenth Circuits; US District Courts for the Northern and Central Districts of Illinois, Eastern District of Michigan, Northern District of Texas, and Eastern and Western Districts of Wisconsin.
American Bar Association, Chicago Bar Association
Authored a variety of articles in various newspapers and journals, including the Wall Street Journal and National Law Journal, concerning antitrust and other legal issues.
JD, University of Michigan. AB, University of Chicago (Economics)