ADR Systems

Neutrals

Hon. Richard D. Rosenbloom, (Ret.)

New York

Hon. Richard D. Rosenbloom, (Ret.) is a skilled mediator and arbitrator with expertise in the areas of commercial, personal injury, construction, employment and product liability.

Types of Cases Resolved

  • Construction
  • Contract
  • Employment
  • Insurance Coverage
  • Personal Injury
  • Product Liability
  • Real Estate
  • Securities

ADR Experience and Qualifications

  • 20-year judicial career, including serving as Judicial Hearing Officer, N.Y.S. Supreme Court, Court of Claims, 1995-2012; Hearing Officer, N.Y.S. and Local Retirement Systems, 2002-present; Justice of the Supreme Court, State of New York, 1981-1994; Judge, Family Court, State of New York, 1975-1980
  • 34-year legal career, including as Senior Counsel at Boylan Code, LLP, 1995-present and private practice, 1959-1975

Professional Activities and Awards

  • Best Lawyers in America, Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Recipient of Award of Merit, New York State Association of Trial Lawyers
  • House of Delegates, American Bar Association; National Conference of Bar Presidents
  • House of Delegates, New York State Bar Association; Special Committee on Juvenile Justice, Child Custody Committee of Family Law Section
  • President, Monroe County Bar Association; Board of Trustees, Character & Fitness Committee, Seventh Judicial District
  • NY Advisory Board, Thomson Legal Publishing
  • American Judicature Society
  • Board of Directors, Friends of Eastman Opera
  • Board of Governors, Jewish Home of Rochester
  • Board of Advisors, Jewish Family Service of Rochester; President and Member, Board of Directors
  • Board of Ethics, Town of Brighton
  • Lecturer, Rochester Institute of Technology, Business Law

Education

  • J.D., Columbia University School of Law
  • B.A., Cornell University

Admissions

  • New York State Bar

Thanks to ADR Systems and its mediators, plaintiff and defense attorneys and insurance companies clearly recognized that it was prudent to settle the case for its value and avoid the expenditures and time associated with court.

Paul Wolf, Esq.Senior Partner, Mitchell Hoffman & Wolf LLC