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Andrew P. Felton

Senior Associate
New York

Andrew P. Felton

Since 2010, Andrew Felton has called New York his home. But he began his legal career on the other side of the world at a leading Australasian law firm. His international background gives him the insights necessary for him to maximize opportunities for clients in cross-border transactions.

Andrew focuses his practice on a range of corporate and business law matters, with a particular emphasis on M&A and private equity transactions.

Andrew also works on a variety of private company transactions, both domestic and international, including mergers, stock purchases, sales and auctions, asset purchases, joint ventures, spin-offs, and recapitalizations. His industry experience includes transactions in media, entertainment, telecommunications, information technology, oil and gas, consumer products, and business services.

Representative experience

Regularly advises One Rock Capital Partners and its portfolio companies in a number of acquisitions.

Regularly advises Pamplona Capital and its portfolio companies in a number of acquisitions.

Advised MTS Health Investors in its sale of DNA Diagnostics Center to GHO Capital.

Represented 21st Century Fox and the Associated Press in its sale of STATS LLC to Vista Equity Partners.

Represented the Kodak pension plan of the United Kingdom in connection with its US$650m acquisition of Kodak Alaris from Eastman Kodak.

HarperCollins Publishers' acquisition of Thomas Nelson, Inc.

Education and admissions


  • B.A., honors, University of Technology, Sydney, 2005
  • Bachelor of Law (Honours), Honors, University of Technology, Sydney, 2005

Bar admissions and qualifications

  • New York
  • New South Wales, Australia

Court admissions

  • Supreme Court of New South Wales, Australia
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