Qualifications and Career Profile
Mr. Zuckerman has extensive experience litigating complex commercial cases of all kinds, including securities, accountants’ liability, product liability, antitrust and environmental matters.
Mr. Zuckerman’s experience includes successfully defending a major accounting firm sued in class and derivative lawsuits filed in New York State Courts. He has also been lead trial counsel or co-counsel in numerous matters, including in connection with the firm’s successful defense of Transamerica Delaval in connection with product liability claims made against it relating to the manufacture and operation of generators at the Shoreham nuclear power plant. In environmental matters, Mr. Zuckerman served as lead counsel for the developer of a resource recovery facility in an 87-day administrative trial before the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation concerning such matters as air emissions, cancer and other health-related risks.
Associations and Committees
Mr. Zuckerman is a member of the American Bar Association. He is an active participant in a New York City Ethics Roundtable consisting of law professors and ethics chairs from major New York City law firms.
Lectures and Articles
Mr. Zuckerman was an Adjunct Professor at Cardozo Law School from 1996 through 2001, where he taught a course on litigation practice.
Mr. Zuckerman received his undergraduate degree (BA) from the University of Connecticut and his law degree (LLB) from Columbia Law School where he was a member of the Columbia Law Review.