Kerr Russell welcomes new associate Andrew Eurich
Andrew Eurich started this week as a new associate at Kerr Russell. His practice focuses on corporate and transactional (M&A) work.
Having recently served as in-house corporate counsel for a broadcast communications company, Andrew has had extensive experience in contract drafting, structuring of acquisitions and divestitures, real estate deals, banking transactions, regulatory compliance, and intellectual property.
He graduated from Wayne State University Law School where he was a Dean's Scholar and an Executive Board Member of The Wayne Law Review. He served as a research assistant to Professor Robert Ackerman. His undergraduate degree is in psychology from Michigan State University.
While at Wayne State, Andrew served as supervising student attorney at the Wayne State Business Law Clinic, assisting Detroit start-ups with entity formation, intellectual property matters, contract drafting, and tax considerations. He also mentored student attorneys with client matters, including review of student work product.
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