Andrew L. Foster
European Union/International Competition
Andrew Foster is a senior competition attorney who has worked on antitrust and competition matters in the New York, Brussels and Beijing offices of Skadden. He has extensive experience in U.S., European, Chinese and other international antitrust regimes, including:
- advising clients in cartel and abuse of dominance investigations by the U.S. Department of Justice, European Commission, U.K. Office of Fair Trading and other national competition authorities;
- advising on global competition aspects of mergers and acquisitions in China, the European Union, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Turkey and other jurisdictions;
- designing and auditing global antitrust/competition compliance and training programs for multinational corporations; and
- defending multinational corporations in private antitrust litigation in the United States.
Selected for inclusion as a notable practitioner and “Associate to Watch” for competition and antitrust work in China and Hong Kong by Chambers Global 2013 and Chambers Asia Pacific 2013, Mr. Foster has counseled multinational corporations such as J.P. Morgan Chase, GE, Outokumpu, Cemex, Sekisui Chemical, Mylan, and Travelport, and private equity firms such as Blackstone, Doughty Hanson, Castle Harlan, and MacAndrews and Forbes.
Mr. Foster has published widely on international competition issues, in both external and firm publications. He also has presented and spoken on antitrust and competition issues at external and internal forums.
LL.M., University of Edinburgh, 2005 (with distinction)
J.D., University of Michigan Law School, 2004 (Clarence Darrow Scholar; cum laude)
B.A., Yale University, 1999