In addition to his legal practice, Andy also leads Reinhart’s pro bono program with shareholder Mark Cameli. Recognizing the importance of providing legal advice to those unable to afford representation, Andy’s pro bono activities include assisting individuals with obtaining domestic abuse injunctions and attending the Milwaukee Justice Center.
Andrew A. Price is an attorney in the Banking and Finance Practice where he represents lenders, agents, borrowers and private equity sponsors with a wide variety of finance transactions for both public and private companies, including acquisition financings, asset-based financings and mezzanine financings.
Prior to joining the Banking and Finance Practice, Andrew worked as a litigator at Reinhart for over two years where he assisted with an array of civil litigation matters. His experience as a litigator involved, among other things, negotiating cases to favorable resolutions, drafting, and researching issues (e.g., regulatory issues).
J.D., magna cum laude, University of Wisconsin Law School
B.S., University of Wisconsin-Madison
- Assists borrower and lender clients in documenting and negotiating financing transactions
- Acquisition financings
- Asset-based financings
- Honors & Affiliations
- Recipient, Law in Action Scholarship
- Wisconsin Specialty Cheese Institute (Member)
- Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association (Member)
- Milwaukee Justice Center (Volunteer)
- Co-authored,”Responding to a Complaint: Wisconsin,” Practical Law (March 9, 2015)
- Co-author, “FDA Backtracks On Its Ban of Wooden Boards to Age Cheese,” Reinhart e-alert (September 2014)
- Co-author, “New U.S. Supreme Court Case Bolsters Enforceability of Forum-Selection Clauses,” Reinhart e-alert (February 2014)
- Author, “Brewers Beware,” Reinhart e-alert (June 2015)
- Co-presenter, “U.S. Dispute Resolution for Foreign Businesses,” Reinhart Webinar (May 2014)
State of the Brewery was a complimentary seminar and for those in the craft beer space by Reinhart attorneys.
What’s on a beer label matters. Brewery misrepresentation and deceptive advertising claims are important reminders for brewers of all sizes.
Cheese boards are here to stay. Due to a lack of conclusive evidence linking cheese boards to health risks, the FDA backtracks, saying wooden boards are not banned from the cheese-aging process.
A discussion of the pros and cons of litigation in court as compared to resolving cases by mediation or arbitration, as part of Reinhart’s webinar series, U.S. Legal Issues for Foreign Businesses in the United States.
A discussion of inbound U.S. tax planning techniques and the impact of U.S. estate and gift tax regimes, as part of Reinhart’s webinar series, U.S. Legal Issues for Foreign Businesses in the United States.
A discussion of immigration issues when transferring or hiring employees and establishing U.S. offices or enterprises, as part of Reinhart’s webinar series, U.S. Legal Issues for Foreign Businesses in the United States.
A discussion of avenues into the U.S. markets, terms and conditions, foreign ownership restrictions and regulatory authorities, as part of Reinhart’s webinar series, U.S. Legal Issues for Foreign Businesses in the United States.
Check if your contracts have, or should have, forum-selection clauses requiring a suing party to bring their case in a particular state or court. While such clauses are not new, the Supreme Court clarifies how they will be evaluated and suggests they will be enforced more often.