Andrew J. Maloney
Andrew J. Maloney has an extensive background in public service and private practice. As United States Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, the chief federal law enforcement officer for Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island and Long Island, he prosecuted numerous offenses, ranging from sophisticated frauds to racketeering and narcotics cases. He has similarly deep experience in the Southern District of New York where he served as a federal prosecutor and supervisor for over ten years.
Mr. Maloney joined De Feis O'Connell & Rose in 2003, trading his position at a large and preeminent New York City law firm for DOR’s boutique practice. While at the firm, he has been selected as an Ethics Monitor for an international union benefit fund and a court-appointed consultant to a large union. Pursuant to a prior federal court appointment, he administered settlement funds derived from a major securities fraud case.
He has also represented corporations, executives and various professionals in state and federal proceedings and investigations, including proceedings before United States Attorneys’ Offices and regulatory agencies. His cases have involved securities fraud, mail and wire fraud, tax offenses, embezzlement, debarment proceedings and public corruption.
After graduating from the United States Military Academy at West Point, Mr. Maloney served in the United States Army. Mr. Maloney then attended law school at Fordham University. He joined the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York in the early 1960’s and spent most of the next three decades as a federal law enforcement officer. He was appointed United States Attorney in 1986.
As United States Attorney, Mr. Maloney received a number of awards from the United States Justice Department, including United States Attorney Superior Performance Awards and the Attorney General’s Award for Distinguished Service. He has received an award from the Honor Legion of the New York City Police Department, a Medal of Achievement from Fordham Law School and an Anti-Defamation League Award. He has lectured on trial advocacy at Harvard, Columbia and Fordham law schools and the American Bar Association. He has taught at St. John’s University Law School.
Mr. Maloney is also a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. He has received the highest peer rating for legal ability and ethics in Martindale-Hubbell, and has been named a “Super Lawyer” in the area of white collar crime.