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Stanley K. Shapiro,

Senior Trial Counsel

Mr. Shapiro has over 30-years extensive experience litigating within both state and federal courts, providing “big firm” quality representation, with unique personal attention, efficiency, economy and flexibility to client needs. Mr. Shapiro has served as lead trial counsel and consulting counsel for CMA’s civil litigation team for the past fifteen years. With impeccably high standards of integrity, professionalism, and competence, Mr. Shapiro leads the way to successful outcomes representing major commercial and civil litigation cases on behalf of the CMA law firm.

 

Education:

Mr. Shapiro received his Juris Doctor, cum laude, from the University of Michigan Law School in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and his B.A. in Economics, magna cum laude, from State University of New York at Albany, New York

 

Experience:

Mr. Shapiro was a litigation associate at the Wall Street law firm Cahill Gordon & Reindel, in New York, New York for five years prior to opening a successful civil litigation law practice. With 30-years’ extensive experience in litigating in both state and federal courts, Mr. Shapiro’s practice focus is corporate finance and security, civil litigation, including commercial litigation, intellectual property, employment, torts, and product liability.

 

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice:

Mr. Shapiro is a licensed member of the New York State Bar and is licensed to practice law in all courts in the State of New York, and before the United States District Courts, Southern District and Eastern District of New York, and United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.


Professional  & Bar Association Memberships:

Mr. Shapiro is a Current Member of New York County Lawyers Association.