is a partner in Mannheimer Swartling’s EU and competition law team. His practice spans all areas of competition, state aid and trade law. He manages the Brussels office’s trade defence work, and has for the past ten years represented clients in a number of high-profile anti-dumping cases before the European Commission and the EU courts. He speaks regularly on competition and trade law topics. Andreas also has prior experience working for Sweden’s WTO representation in Geneva, has been seconded to a leading firm in Washington DC, and has studied EU and international trade law at the universities of Uppsala and Panthéon-Assas (Paris II).
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