Uniondale, N.Y. – August 31, 2020 – Ruskin Moscou Faltischek, P.C., announced today that Associate Ross J. Kartez, a member of the law firm’s Litigation Department, has been promoted to Chair-Elect of the Dispute Resolution Section of The New York State Bar Association.
“We are very proud of Ross’s appointment to Chair-Elect of The New York State Bar Association’s Dispute Resolution Section.,” said Managing Partner, Adam Silvers. “This appointment is an acknowledgement of Ross’s skills and recognizes his leadership in this field.”
The New York State Bar Association’s Dispute Resolution Section is a group of over 1,500 attorneys focused on the study and promotion of methods to efficiently resolve complex disputes.
Mr. Kartez’s practice focuses primarily on complex commercial litigation in matters involving breach of contract claims, professional liability, insurance coverage issues, real estate disputes, lender recourse, secured claims, enforcing guarantees, securities matters, shareholder and partnership claims, business torts, employment disputes, alternative dispute resolution and other business-related issues.
Mr. Kartez’s recognition as a leader in the alternative dispute resolution field led to his invitation to join the American Arbitration Association’s prestigious Panel of Commercial Arbitrators. He is one of the youngest arbitrators in the country to join the AAA’s highly regarded Panel.
For over 50 years, Ruskin Moscou Faltischek P.C., headquartered in Uniondale, has built a reputation as one of the region’s leading providers of innovative legal services. Its attorneys are practical, experienced advocates who measure their success by their clients’ success. Cornerstone groups in all major practice areas of the law are represented at the firm, including corporate and securities, financial services, commercial litigation, intellectual property, healthcare, real estate, employment, not-for-profit, cybersecurity and data privacy, energy, and trusts and estates. Clients include large and mid-sized corporations, privately held businesses, institutions and individuals.