Greg Andres Biography
Greg Andres has an impressive legal career, particularly in the field of white-collar criminal defense and government investigations. He has represented clients in high-profile cases, showcasing his skill and knowledge in complex legal matters.
Greg Andres obtained his law degree from the University of Chicago Law School. He likely underwent rigorous legal training and education to prepare him for his successful career.
Greg Andres Age
Andres has not yet disclosed his age, date of birth or when he celebrates his birthday.
Greg Andres Family
Andres has not disclosed any information regarding his family including his father, mother and siblings.
Greg Andres Wife
Greg Andres has been married to Ronnie Abrams. A Judge of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York since 2001. Abrams was an Assistant United States Attorney specializing in violent gangs in the Southern District. And he specialized in organized crime and narcotics in the Eastern District. The couple’s wedding was performed by Judge Loretta Preska of the Southern District.
Just before the announcement of Andres’s appointment in the Special Counsel’s office on 11 July 2017. Ronnie recused herself from the prior assigned cases CREW v. Trump and a companion Emoluments Clause lawsuit against Donald Trump; the cases were then reassigned to George B. Daniels.
Greg Andres Children
There is no disclosed information regarding Greg’s children.
Greg Andres Net Worth
Though Andres has earned a lot of money of money from his wide law career.
Greg Andres Davis Polk
He rejoined the law firm of Davis Polk & Wardwell in May 2019. This was after nearly two years as a member of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team investigating Russian government efforts to influence the 2016 presidential election and related matters.
Greg Andres Career
He previously served as a Deputy Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division of the Department of Justice from 2010 to 2012. There, he rose to be an Assistant United States Attorney for the Eastern District of New York and Chief of the Criminal Division.
He prosecuted numerous members of the Bonanno crime family, and was at least twice subject to assassination plots by family boss Vincent Basciano while at the Eastern District. Federal witness Joseph Massino, while serving time at Brooklyn Metropolitan Detention Center, twice recorded Basciano on a wire conspiring to kill Andres in early January 2005.
After Basciano had been transferred to Metropolitan Correctional Center, New York in Manhattan in August 2006, a fellow inmate then passed on a hit-list of five individuals authored by Basciano to federal authorities, including Andres, Eastern District Judge Nicholas Garaufis, and three mafia informants.
He oversaw criminal fraud prosecutions and foreign bribery investigations under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act while serving as Deputy Assistant Attorney General.
The prosecutions included that of then billionaire and Antiguan knight Sir Allen Stanford, who was sentenced to 110 years in prison and also forced to forfeit billions of dollars in assets in relation to his $8 billion Ponzi scheme. He was the 16th attorney hired by the Special Counsel’s office when appointed by Mueller in August 2017.