Hogan Lovells announced that Andrew Lee has joined the firm’s antitrust, competition and economic regulation (ACER) practice as a partner in its Washington DC office. Lee joins the firm from Steptoe & Johnson, where he was a partner in the antitrust & competition practice, also in Washington DC.
Prior to that, Lee practised law at White & Case for about a decade, when he began to focus his time on representing clients based in Asia. Lee concentrates his practice on antitrust/competition law, including cartel defence and merger review proceedings.
“Andrew’s keen understanding of antitrust matters and enforcement climate dates back to the 1990s, when he worked at the FTC [Federal Trade Commission],” said Janet McDavid, a co-head of Hogan Lovells’ ACER team. “He has represented a wide array of companies regarding complex antitrust matters and will be a strong addition to Hogan Lovells’ global platform.”