How to Manage Your Law Practice - 23719

Faculty: Robert Rigolosi, Esq.

Mr. Rigolosi shows you how to effectively manage your law office and try your cases.

Date: Online

Credits: 2



Mr. Rigolosi shows you how to effectively manage your law office and try your cases.

NY: 2.0 Professional Practice

NJ: 2.0 General (Law Office Management)

Faculty: Robert Rigolosi, Esq.

Mr. Rigolosi joined Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney in 2004. He represents product manufacturers in commercial and toxic tort litigation. He also represents a bi-state municipal entity in contract and personal injury litigation, with a focus on construction and New York’s Labor Law. His pro bono work includes working with the H.E.L.P. organization.

He lectures on New York and New Jersey Pre-Trial Civil Procedure for the Marino Institute of Continuing Legal Education.
 Protected a family-owned construction company from a multi-million dollar, Oklahoma federal court lawsuit, stemming from a coercive contract clause to indemnify a product manufacturer for injuries caused by its own design defects.

 Co-authored Motion for Summary Judgment to successfully defend a worldwide hair dye manufacturer in a toxic tort liability action.


 Successfully defended a multi-national corporation by securing a pre-discovery dismissal – and avoiding a potential multi-million dollar product defect trial in New York federal court.

 Led crisis management team in mediation and negotiation to resolve 400 pre-litigation claims from high-rise residents forced from their homes when construction work flooded and damaged their building.

 Co-authored brief to New York’s highest state court regarding nonexistence of a duty for a premises owner to a member of an employee’s household for secondary exposure to a toxic substance.
 Obtained summary judgment for governmental entity on workers compensation lien valued at several hundred thousand dollars.

 Counsel for Ephedra manufacturer with national litigation consolidated in New York federal court.

Syracuse University, B.A., 1991
University of Wisconsin, M.A. (South Asian Studies), 1996
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, J.D., 1999