Andrew Schipper is an associate in Goodwin’s Business Law department and a member of the firm’s Technology group. Andrew’s practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions.
Andrew’s representative experience includes:
- Ritchie Bros. in connection with its $7.3 billion acquisition of IAA
- Truehold in connection with its acquisition of NestEgg
- Yumanity Therapeutics in connection with its reverse merger with Kineta
- Toast in connection with its acquisition of Sling
- Abaci in connection with its sale to Accordion
- Unit4 in connection with its acquisition of Compright
- Flux in connection with its sale to Beamery
- A consortium of investors in connection with the acquisition of a leading North American space technology company and the company’s subsequent initial public offering*
- A leading direct-broadcast satellite provider in connection with the sale of satellite assets*
- The shareholders of an aviation services company in connection with the company’s sale to a private equity firm*
- A legal technology company in its initial public offering and multiple follow-on offerings*
- A leading North American senior living company in connection with multiple joint ventures, acquisitions and dispositions*
- A real estate investment company in connection with the formation and closing of a C$550 million fund*
- Several Canadian private and public companies in connection with follow-on offerings, securities matters and corporate and governance matters*
*Denotes experience prior to joining Goodwin.
Prior to joining Goodwin in 2021, Andrew was an associate at Goodmans LLP in Toronto.
Andrew previously served as director of Camp Winston Foundation, a charitable organization offering camps and programs for children with neurobiological disorders.
University of King’s College
- Ontario, Canada