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Andrew J. Kolozsvary

Andrew J. Kolozsvary



  • Business & Commercial
  • Antitrust & Trade Regulation
  • Aviation & Aerospace
  • Appellate

WSG Practice Industries


Michigan, U.S.A.


Andrew J. Kolozsvary is a member in Dykema's Business Litigation Practice Group. Mr. Kolozsvary represents publicly and privately held entities, and individuals, in all forms of business and commercial disputes. Mr. Kolozsvary’s business litigation practice focuses on complex commercial litigation and intra-entity business disputes involving officers, directors, managers, shareholders, members, and partners, with an emphasis on fiduciary duty claims, shareholder oppression claims, derivative suits, and securities litigation. He has significant experience representing clients in trade secret, unfair competition, tortious interference, and non-compete claims; business disputes in the health care industry; negligence and product liability matters in the aviation and automotive fields; franchise, consumer finance, commercial lending, and antitrust matters; and class actions brought under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”).

Bar Admissions

Michigan, 2005


University of Michigan, J.D., cum laude
  • Law Review, Articles Editor
Albion College, B.A., summa cum laude
  • Phi Beta Kappa
Areas of Practice

Antitrust & Trade Regulation | Appellate | Aviation & Aerospace | Business & Commercial | Consumer Financial Services | Litigation | Securities Litigation

Professional Career

Professional Associations

    Detroit Metropolitan Bar Association

Professional Activities and Experience

Mr. Kolozsvary has obtained significant victories on behalf of clients in federal and state court, and in private arbitration. For example, Mr. Kolozsvary has represented:
-The committee of independent directors of a publicly held pharmaceutical company in consolidated shareholder class actions challenging a going-private transaction, obtaining dismissal based on the appraisal remedy under the Michigan Business Corporations Act.
-The City of Detroit in a suit to recover over $10 million in fees paid to the former federal police monitor, obtaining a significant confidential settlement.
-A privately held technology company in a suit alleging breach of contract, tortious interference, and trade secrets misappropriation related to government contracts, obtaining summary judgment affirmed on appeal.
-A health system and individual hospital administrators in a breach of contract and conspiracy suit brought by physician regarding suspension of staff privileges, obtaining summary judgment affirmed on appeal.
-A publicly held imaging company in arbitration, obtaining a $400,000-plus award on his client’s breach of contract claim.
-A large, national retailer in False Claims Act qui tam suit involving alleged over-pricing of generic prescription drugs, obtaining dismissal on the pleadings.

"Shareholder Oppression and the Direct/Derivative Distinction" (Co-authored with Mark E. Hauck)
Summer 2007
The Michigan Business Law Journal, Volume XXVII, Issue 2

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