Andrew is a founding partner of Hausfeld and leads the Stockholm office. He brings two decades’ experience successfully litigating complex competition, securities derivatives, and other matters on behalf of corporate claimants and defendants.
Andrew has represented some of the world’s most recognisable undertakings in proceedings before the UK High Court and the Competition Appeals Tribunal, several European jurisdictions, and the US Federal District Courts. He has advised leading auto manufacturers on claims arising from price fixing cartels including Maritime Car Carriers, and many of the world’s largest manufacturers, retailers, and logistics companies on a variety of matters including the Air Cargo and Trucks cartel litigations, and defending the Freight Forwarders litigation.
Andrew holds a post-graduate diploma in EU competition law from Kings College London, and clerked for the US Federal Trade Commission Bureau of Competition and for Advokatfirman Vinge KB, Sweden’s largest law firm.
Andrew is a regular guest lecturer on EU Competition Law at the University of Toulouse Masters of Law Programme. Andrew is also a member of the International Bar Association’s competition section, as well as the Finnish-British and Norwegian British Chambers of Commerce, and the Danish-UK Association.
2016 - Lund University, Sweden, European Business Law: Understanding the Fundamentals Certificate (Honours)
King's College London, Dickson Poon School of Law, EU Competition Law Postgraduate Diploma, 2014
2010 - 2013 - University of Oxford, Economics Curriculum
- Administered Study Program 2010 - 2011
- Certificate of Completion 2011
- England & Wales Qualified Solicitors Licensing Transfer Test, March 2011
2011 - City Law School, London, Management Curriculum
1996 - Bachelor of Arts, Villanova University
1996 - Juris Doctor, Villanova University
Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales
Affiliations & Memberships
AIJA - Association Internationale des Jeunes Avocats (International Association of Young Lawyers).
Member, American Bar Association’s Antitrust Section.
"The Single and Continuous Infringement Cartel Concept Remains Alive in the European Community", Lexology, February 2017