Andrew is an Associate in the Firm's Corporate Department concentrating his practice in general corporate matters as well as oil and gas law. Andrew’s experience includes working with entities in the wireless industry on a variety of matters, including advising wireless telecommunications carriers on matters of new cell site deployment to build out legacy and state-of-the-art wireless technologies nationwide. He has also been involved with issues and opportunities related to 3G and 4G LTE upgrades using macro, distributed antenna system (DAS), micro and small cell technologies. This includes negotiating DAS, small cell, and Wi-Fi agreements with large venues and stadiums, as well as with smaller entities in the public and private sector.
While in law school, Andrew participated in the Campbell Moot Court competition and served as a legal intern for the Ohio Attorney General in the Constitutional Offices Section. He holds a Masters degree from the Development Studies Institute (DESTIN) at the London School of Economics, the world's top-ranked program for political and economic studies of developing countries.
Andrew is a blog contributor to the Firm's Oil & Gas Law Report and Federal Securities Law Blog.