Michael W. Freudenberg is a New York attorney working primarily in the Commercial Litigation Practice Group. He has experience in a wide variety of commercial litigation matters in New York State and Federal Court, as well as in alternative dispute forums such as the American Arbitration Association (AAA) and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). Mr. Freudenberg is responsible for all aspects of litigation in complex commercial, insurance, trademark, employment, products liability, professional liability, and construction claims matters.
Mr. Freudenberg also serves as outside General Counsel for small to medium-sized companies, and provides advice and counsel regarding litigation, compliance, employment and labor law claims, and collective bargaining agreement grievances. He also has experience negotiating and preparing various business agreements, including operating, buy-sell, agency, management, employment, intellectual property license, consulting, non-compete, non-solicitation and confidentiality agreements, as well as corporate resolutions, powers of attorney, consents and assignments.
|Attorney||Harrington, Ocko & Monk LLP||2003 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Westchester County Bar Association||Co-Chairperson - Corporate and Commercial Law Committee||2014 - Present|
|New York State Bar Association||Member||2002 - Present|
|Westchester County Bar Association||A Guide to Spoliation Risk Prevention and the Duty to Preserve Electronic Evidence in New York||2015|
|New York State Bar Association publication||Electronic Communications and the Importance of Spoliation Risk Prevention by Advising Insureds and Employees of the Duty to Preserve Electronic and Other Evidence||2014|
|New York State Bar Association publication||Measure of Damages For Injury to Property||2011|
|St John's University School of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2001|
|Catch it while you can - Understanding the duty to preserve and collect electronic discovery||Electronic Discovery||2015|
|Chartis Seguros Mexico v. HLI Rail & Rigging||Motion seeking to strike co-defendant's limitation of liability defense granted|
|Denenberg v Rosen||Motion to dismiss granted|
|Chen v. Fischer||Appeal granted seeking to dismiss $10 million lawsuit due to spoliation of evidence|