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Andrew C Hruska

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WWL Ranking: Thought Leader

Global Leader

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

Andrew Hruska is “really excellent” when it comes to handling both governmental and internal investigations.

Biography

Drew Hruska applies extensive experience as a leading federal prosecutor to defending individual and corporate clients across the globe in criminal and regulatory litigation and investigation matters before US and foreign enforcement authorities. A partner in King & Spalding's award-winning special matters and government investigations practice, he also conducts internal investigations for numerous global Fortune 500 companies, advising them on criminal and regulatory compliance.

Recognised by Chambers and Partners, The Legal 500, and Benchmark Litigation, Drew specialises in high-stakes securities, foreign corrupt practices, banking regulation, international trade sanctions, false claims, taxation, and antitrust matters. His internal investigations matters concern allegations of securities fraud, bank fraud, healthcare fraud and foreign corrupt practices.

Drew represents international financial services clients in the securities, commercial banking, insurance brokerage, hedge fund and private equity sectors, along with major industrial companies.

An honours graduate of Yale Law School, Drew served as Chief Assistant US Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, where he supervised the criminal and civil divisions and oversaw the office's corporate fraud offensive, including the high-profile investigations of Computer Associates and Symbol Technologies.

He was appointed acting US Attorney for the prosecution of the New York Racing Association on tax conspiracy charges and led the criminal investigation of the 2003 Staten Island ferry crash that resulted in a manslaughter conviction for New York City's ferry service director.

Drew served as senior counsel to US Deputy Attorney General Larry Thompson, and as an Assistant District Attorney in the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, where he prosecuted major securities, bank and insurance fraud cases as a member of the frauds bureau.

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

Andrew Hruska is highly recommended by peers one of whom considers him “among the top white-collar lawyers in the US”.

Biography

Drew Hruska applies extensive experience as a leading federal prosecutor to defending individual and corporate clients across the globe in criminal and regulatory litigation and investigation matters before US and foreign enforcement authorities. A partner in King & Spalding's award-winning special matters and government investigations practice, he also conducts internal investigations for numerous global Fortune 500 companies, advising them on criminal and regulatory compliance.

Recognised by Chambers and Partners, The Legal 500, and Benchmark Litigation, Drew specialises in high-stakes securities, foreign corrupt practices, banking regulation, international trade sanctions, false claims, taxation, and antitrust matters. His internal investigations matters concern allegations of securities fraud, bank fraud, healthcare fraud and foreign corrupt practices.

Drew represents international financial services clients in the securities, commercial banking, insurance brokerage, hedge fund and private equity sectors, along with major industrial companies.

An honours graduate of Yale Law School, Drew served as Chief Assistant US Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, where he supervised the criminal and civil divisions and oversaw the office's corporate fraud offensive, including the high-profile investigations of Computer Associates and Symbol Technologies.

He was appointed acting US Attorney for the prosecution of the New York Racing Association on tax conspiracy charges and led the criminal investigation of the 2003 Staten Island ferry crash that resulted in a manslaughter conviction for New York City's ferry service director.

Drew served as senior counsel to US Deputy Attorney General Larry Thompson, and as an Assistant District Attorney in the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, where he prosecuted major securities, bank and insurance fraud cases as a member of the frauds bureau.

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