At Keller Postman, Andray currently supports the firm in representing the State of Texas against Meta Platforms, Inc. (formerly Facebook, Inc.) regarding Meta’s alleged knowing and deceptive use of an artificial intelligence machine learning facial-recognition algorithm to acquire and benefit from Texans’ biometric data without adequate consent.
In roles prior to joining Keller Postman, Andray was a senior associate at Baker McKenzie where he defended clients in complex commercial litigation matters and against government investigations and enforcement efforts. As an Assistant Attorney General in the Special Litigation Bureau of the Illinois Attorney General’s office, Andray investigated and prosecuted cases brought under the Illinois False Claims and Consumer Fraud Acts.
Andray graduated from Washington University School of Law in St. Louis, where he earned the Judge John W. Calhoun Trial Practice Award given to the graduating trial team member demonstrating exceptional talent. He received his undergraduate degree in finance from Hampton University.
Before earning his J.D., Andray worked as a financial analyst with L’Oreal USA and Johnson & Johnson.
Andray is licensed to practice law in Illinois only.
"As a former prosecutor, returning to plaintiffs work is a natural homecoming. Working on behalf of the people to obtain justice and compensation, often in the face of David vs. Goliath odds, is as fulfilling of work as you will find and keeps us steadfast while in the fight."