Andreas Boos is special counsel in the Munich office of Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy and a member of the firm’s antitrust and competition group. He joined Milbank in 2010 as part of the team establishing Milbank’s German and European antitrust practice.
Andreas’ experience and expertise comprise the entire spectrum of German and European antitrust and competition matters including merger control procedures in Germany and the European Union, the coordination of merger filings on a global level, and cartel and dominance investigations before the German Federal Cartel Office and the European Commission. He also defends clients before national and European competition authorities, guiding them through settlement negotiations and representing them with regard to leniency applications. He represents clients in competition-related litigation, including both prosecuting and defending private damages claims, and provides advice with respect to distribution agreements.
Andreas studied law at the University of Freiburg, where he also obtained his doctorate degree (Dr jur) with a thesis on German and European competition law. He gathered practical experience as legal clerk (referendar) in various international law firms in Dusseldorf, Stuttgart, Brussels, London and New York.
He regularly serves as guest lecturer at Columbia University in New York.
Andreas was admitted to the German bar in 2004.