Andrew Renacci focuses his practice on business and corporate matters, including corporate acquisitions, mergers and dispositions, corporate governance, and securities matters for private and public companies.

    Additionally, Andrew has represented professional athletes and entertainers in their business and personal ventures.

    In addition to his corporate and sports and entertainment practices, Andrew is a member of the Squire Patton Boggs Conflict Minerals Team, and a regular contributor to Conflict Minerals Law – The Source for Legal Insights & Analysis on Conflict Minerals Compliance, a Squire Patton Boggs blog focused on fostering discussion among industry professionals and providing insights on litigation developments, best practices and industry activity surrounding the SEC’s conflict minerals rule.

    Prior to joining Squire Patton Boggs, Andrew was a law clerk for a Fortune 500 company in the general building materials industry.

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    • Counseling a stand-up comedian in the production of several specials on a popular streaming service provider.
    • Representing a Japanese transportation company in connection with its acquisition of a US aircraft manufacturer.
    • Representing a US publicly traded industrial supply chain logistics and diversified manufacturing company in the purchase of a producer of closed die forgings.
    • Representing a US publicly traded company in its public spin-off of one of its business lines, including the separation of the businesses in more than 25 countries.
    • Creating an athlete endorsement program for a manufacturer of skill and performance training products and programs that was used to secure the endorsements of several professional athletes.
    • Representing a worldwide producer and distributor of automotive, commercial and industrial lubricants in its acquisition of a regional automotive quick-lube chain store.
    • Conducting due diligence for an international producer and distributor of television shows related to its acquisitions.
    • Serving as business counsel to professional athletes and entertainers.
    • Serving as counsel to a professional football team in various business ventures.
    • Preparing annual meeting materials, including proxy statements, and other periodic filings for a NYSE-listed company in the entertainment and recreation industry.
    • Preparing conflict minerals filings for numerous public companies.


    • Cleveland State University, J.D., summa cum laude, editor in chief, Cleveland State Law Review, 2012
    • University of Michigan, B.A., 2009


    • Ohio, 2012

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