Robert Costello Biography, Age, Early Life, Education, Career, Commercial, Criminal Litigation, Personal Life, Family, Wife, Children, Net Worth

Robert Costello Biography

Robert Costello was born on April 26, 1921, in Chicago, Illinois, United States.

He was a producer and production manager who worked on Ryan’s Hope (1975), Dark Shadows (1966), and The Adams Chronicles (1976).

He died on May 30, 2014, in Amagansett, New York, United States.


Robert Costello Biography
                      Robert Costello Biography

Commercial and Criminal Litigation by Robert J. Costello

Robert J. Costello works with Davidoff Hutcher & Citron LLP in New York City, where he practices criminal and commercial litigation, federal investigations, and administrative law.

Mr. Costello has handled a wide range of criminal and civil cases in city, state, and federal courts and represented clients in front of the NYC Department of Investigation and other federal and city agencies.

Most recently, Mr. Costello represented Rudy Giuliani and Steve Bannon in DOJ investigations and before the House January 6th Committee hearings.


Before joining the company, he was a Partner at Levy Tolman & Costello, LLP He previously served as Deputy Chief of the Criminal Division for the US Attorney’s Office in the Southern District of New York.

Mr. Costello has represented luminaries such as George Steinbrenner, Leona Helmsley, Gene Michael, the Yankees’ General Manager, and Michele Sindona, well known as the “Vatican Banker.”

Mr. Costello’s cases were covered in:

  • “Steinbrenner” written by Bill Madden
  • “Lords of the Realm” written by John Helyar
  • “Power on Earth” written by Nick Tosches
  • “Money Players” written by Armen Keteyian, Harvey Araton, and Martin F. Dardis
  • “American Injustice: My Battle to Expose the Truth” written by John Paul Mac Isaac

Mr. Costello has also litigated investigation matters with Major League Baseball and the National Basketball Association, as well as successfully representing more than one hundred former federal agents who were working as drug program agents for the National Football League in an employment dispute.

Mr. Costello is a member of the Federal Bar Council, the American Bar Association, and the Association of the City Bar of New York.

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