Andreas’ practice primarily focuses on business and real estate transactions, including corporate transactions, commercial and construction agreements, leasing, and finance. While this practice involves a range of industries, Andreas frequently advises companies operating in the healthcare sector.
Prior to joining the firm, Andreas practiced in Southern California for five years. During that time, Andreas worked as an in-house attorney with the Los Angeles Department of Water & Power and as an associate with a full-service law firm with offices throughout California. Andreas’ in-house practice primarily involved advising on energy development projects, large-scale contracts and financing transactions, and compliance with energy and environmental laws. In turn, at his prior law firm Andreas advised businesses of varying size on construction, real estate development, environmental, and securities matters. Such advice was provided in the context of litigation and with regard to commercial operations. Through his work, Andreas has experience advising a number of publicly-traded companies. He has also represented privately-held tech and energy companies, developers, general contractors, subcontractors, architects, and engineers.
Prior to law school, Andreas worked in Washington, D.C. as a paralegal for an immigration law firm and as an honors intern for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
The University of Colorado at Boulder (J.D., 2011); The College of William & Mary (B.A., Government, 2006)
Kentucky (2014); California (2011)
Kentucky Bar Association; Louisville Bar Association; California Bar Association; American Health Lawyers Association
When not at the office, Andreas enjoys spending time with his wife, Seema, and young daughter, Safia. While parenting takes up most of his free time, Andreas remains an outdoor recreation and traveling enthusiast and a fan of a wide range of sports. As a former collegiate soccer player and a high school football player and wrestler, he particularly enjoys being active. In search of less injury-inducing activities, he has most recently taken up USTA tennis.
Professional Accolades: Andreas was admitted to the Pi Sigma Alpha Honor Society for his undergraduate studies and served as an Associate Editor for his law school’s Law Review. He has also published an article in the area energy and utility law, which focuses on issues with smart grid development and deployment, including cybersecurity and privacy issues – The Role of Non-Utility Service Providers in Smart Grid Development: Should They Be Regulated, And If so, Who Should Regulate Them?,” 9 Colo. J. on Telecomm. and High Tech. Law 531 (2011).
Community Involvement: Andreas volunteers with the Louisville Legal Aid Society, offering legal assistance to those who cannot afford counsel. He also helps prepare dinners for, and spend time with, students at the Louisville West End School, a college preparatory boarding school established in the West End of Louisville.