Alexander Irlin, Personal injury Attorney
Relationship: Opposing Counsel on matter
I endorse this lawyer. I first met Mr. Bloom when he took on representation of my client's spouse in a highly contested divorce case. Mr. Bloom had demonstrated the highest ethical standards and professional skills as an opposing counsel on the case from the outset of his representation of his client and we were able to negotiate and reach an amicable resolution / settlement for our respective clients, despite of the complexity related to the divorce matter, that our clients were involved in. Michael would always promptly return my phone calls to him and always responded to my emails, as well as, was courteous and always open to discussion, to see how issues with our clients' case could be resolved, without compromising his client's best interest. I would highly recommend Mr. Bloom as a bright, reasonable, knowledgeable and ethical attorney / mediator to anyone who is looking for an experienced and responsible lawyer / mediator,
Seth Lehrman, Class action Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
Michael Bloom is an experienced, trustworthy and capable attorney. As a skilled litigator, Michael effectively represents his clients in court. Michael's considerable experience as a mediator, allows him to see a conflict from both sides which enables him to impart practical and sensible advice to his clients. Michael's practical outlook helps his clients make good decisions about when to litigate and when to seek reasonable opportunities to settle.
Jeffrey Lampert, Bankruptcy and debt Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
Michael Bloom is the consume mediator. I have had the pleasure of having had mediations with Michael over the course of the years, and while an agreement was not reached in every single one of them, one came away from the experience feeling that he tried to work every angle, leaving nothing left to explore. His own experience as a practicing attorney and a multitude of areas of law provide him with a great background to use to enable opposing parties to find a middle ground for a resolution, and thereby avoid expensive litigation.