About Andrew Bulovsky
Andrew is an Associate in our Dispute Resolution practice based in Washington, D.C., where he focuses on cross-border compliance, internal investigations, and regulatory enforcement issues. Andrew also helps clients navigate economic sanctions, export controls, and anti-corruption laws in cross-border transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, joint venture arrangements, and other international commercial activities.
Prior to joining Freshfields, Andrew studied in the United Kingdom as a Marshall Scholar, worked for two British Members of Parliament, served as an Extern in the Office of the Legal Adviser at the US State Department, and contributed to development projects in Kyiv, Ukraine and Cartagena, Colombia. Andrew has also authored several publications on anti-corruption law, international arbitration, and international economic development, and previously played Division I ice hockey for the University of London and the University of Oxford.
- Undertaking an extended secondment with a Fortune 100 client in the aviation industry, handling sanctions, export and import controls, and anti-bribery compliance.
- Advising numerous companies on their sanctions and export controls exposure in connection with the disposition of their assets in Russia and Belarus.
- Assisting global clients in submitting disclosures and requests to the US Departments of Treasury (OFAC), Commerce (BIS), and State (DDTC).
- Advising multinational private equity and investment firms on compliance with sanctions, export controls, anti-bribery, and anti-money laundering laws in connection with acquisitions and investments.
- J.D., cum laude, University of Michigan Law School (Senior Editor, Mich. L. Rev.)
- M.Sc., University of Oxford
- M.Sc., The London School of Economics and Political Science
- B.A., University of Wisconsin- Madison (Student Body President; Marshall Scholar)
- Admitted to practice in the District of Columbia