Andrew G. Klevorn is an experienced antitrust and commercial trial lawyer. He plays a principal role in antitrust grand jury investigations, class actions and other civil and criminal antitrust matters. Andy counsels clients with respect to the antitrust aspects of proposed mergers and acquisitions and assists clients in a wide variety of industries, including paper, cement, fertilizers, consumer goods, telecommunications, printing, petroleum products, industrial gases and dairy products.
Andy's broad trial background spans a variety of matters, including the defense of class actions, grand jury investigations, construction claims, mass torts and product liability, arbitrations and breach of contract matters. Clients describe him as "fantastically knowledgeable, particularly on antitrust matters" and "a polished and self-assured attorney who really instills trust in his clients" (Chambers USA). In his more than 25 years in practice, Andy has represented clients before the state and federal courts, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the US Department of Justice (DOJ). Clients note that Andy has "the right combination of smarts and customer friendliness that makes it a pleasure to work with him" (Chambers USA).
Prior to joining Katten, Andy founded law firm Eimer Stahl Klevorn & Solberg and was a partner at another large law firm. He is a frequent writer and commentator and is published in The Wall Street Journal, the American Bar Association's Antitrust Litigator and Corporate Counsel magazine. He is a regular speaker and panelist at antitrust conferences and seminars.