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Mr. Sherman is an experienced attorney licensed in NY, NJ and CT. A highly effective legal writer and oral advocate, he has proven success as a former prosecutor and civil litigator in the trial and appellate courts of New York and Connecticut. He is also well versed in financial markets, securities and compliance requirements.
As a New York City prosecutor, Mr. Sherman briefed and argued criminal appeals in the Appellate Division, the New York Court of Appeals and the federal courts, winning favorable outcomes in the vast majority of cases. He also conducted felony jury trials and investigated banking and immigration fraud.
As a litigator in the private sector, Mr. Sherman specializes in defending professional liability claims for architects and engineers and construction defect/accident claims on behalf of property owners and contractors. In this capacity, he also provides coverage analysis to insurance carriers and negotiates third-party coverage on their behalf. He also counsels corporate clients in risk mitigation, drafts commercial contracts and is highly knowledgeable in defending employment law cases.
Mr. Sherman is an arbitrator for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. He has extensive knowledge of the anti-money laundering process, the Bank Secrecy Act, SOX, and fraud investigations. Licensed to practice in NY, NJ and CT. Admitted to practice in the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, and the Federal District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of NY.
Rated by Super Lawyers 2015-2017 - Thomson Reuters - Top Rated Construction Litigation Attorney in New York, NY
Author: Webmail at Work, 23 Touro L. Rev. (Fall 2007); available at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=978075
Inventor: Virtual Private Radio Station Patent - Date Issued Aug 4, 2009, Patent issuer and number us 7,571,112
Patent description: Systems and methods consistent with principles of the invention relate generally to delivery of audio content through a network, and more particularly to delivery of audio content and local messages via a Virtual Private Network.