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For more than two decades, Andrew has served as a trusted advisor to numerous large, middle market, and emerging companies, private equity sponsors, entrepreneurs, high-net worth families, and executives. With a deep understanding of their businesses and objectives, Andrew works closely with each of his clients to achieve their strategic and operational goals, while taking a practical, client-focused approach. 

Clients seek Andrew’s counsel on a variety of business matters throughout their life cycle, with an emphasis on:

  • Strategic transactions, including M&A, joint ventures, and restructurings;
  • Capital raising and financing transactions, including private equity transactions, venture capital investments, and debt financings;
  • General corporate counsel, including contract negotiations, licensing agreements, corporate governance, employment issues, intellectual property issues, and general business planning matters;
  • Corporate formation matters for emerging businesses; and
  • International business transactions.

Andrew’s clients span a wide range of industries, including hospitality, real estate, fashion, luxury and retail, consumer products, private equity, venture capital, financial services, and technology. In addition, Andrew has significant experience representing foreign companies, in both Europe and Asia, in their U.S. and international business activities.

Representative Experience

Activities & Honors

  • Former Adjunct Professor, Business Planning at Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law
  • Member, Association for Corporate Growth Chicago
  • Recipient, Federal Taxation Committee Tax Student Award, Chicago Bar Association
  • Note & Comment Editor, Northwestern University Law Review
  • Former Director, JCC of Chicago

Speaking Engagements & Presentations

Articles & Publications

News

Education

Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, 2000

University of Illinois, B.S., highest honors, 1997

Bar & Court Admissions

  • State of Illinois
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