Diversity & Inclusion
European Union/International Competition
Andrew Foster joined Skadden in 2005 and has practiced antitrust and competition law in the New York, Brussels, Beijing and Hong Kong offices, building extensive experience in U.S., European, Chinese and other international antitrust regimes.
Repeatedly selected for inclusion as a leading competition lawyer in Chambers Global and Chambers Asia Pacific, Mr. Foster has published widely on international competition issues, including contributing chapters to Competition Law in Asia-Pacific: A Practical Guide (2014) and EU and US Antitrust Arbitration: A Handbook for Practitioners (2011).
Notable merger control work includes:
Mr. Foster also has significant experience representing multinational firms in U.S. and EU enforcement matters, involving both cartel and monopolization/dominance investigations. He has assisted in obtaining conditional immunity with the European Commission and other competition law agencies and has substantial experience advising on Article 101 and 102 enforcement issues, as well as U.S. private litigation and class action matters.
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