Boston University School of Law
JD, 2004, cum laude
BS, 1998, cum laude
Matt Andrus advises private equity funds, their portfolio companies and other corporate clients on transactional and other matters, including buy outs, add-on acquisitions, growth equity investments, recapitalizations, venture capital investments and divestitures. Over the course of his career, Mr. Andrus has represented buyers and sellers in scores of strategic transactions across the investment spectrum, helping his clients achieve their goals by offering tailored, practical and efficient solutions to the legal and business issues that often arise in those transactions.
Mr. Andrus has been named a Massachusetts Super Lawyers Rising Star from 2009-2012, and has received several recognitions for his pro bono and mentoring work.
Prior to attending law school, Mr. Andrus worked in marketing for a telecommunications software company.
Private Equity: represent private equity and venture capital funds and their portfolio companies in strategic transactions and other matters .
Business & Technology: represent corporate clients in a wide variety of matters, including formation, corporate governance, securities laws and securities exchange compliance, executive employment and equity compensation, and strategic matters.
- Represented private equity fund sponsor in $100 million sale of telecommunications provider.
- Represented private equity fund sponsor in $35 million leveraged buyout of risk management software company.
- Represented private equity fund sponsor in $11 million growth equity investment in company that produces biological research materials.
- Represented privately held company in purchases of companies in industrial cyber-security industry.
Professional and Community Involvement
Mr. Andrus is an officer of the Executive Committee of the Boston University School of Law Alumni Association and actively participates in the School of Law’s and Tufts University’s alumni mentoring programs. Mr. Andrus also leads the firm’s involvement in the Belin Economic Justice Project of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law of the Boston Bar Association.