|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Cum Laude Distinction||State University of New York at Buffalo School of Law||1994|
|Winning Team||Fasken Campbell Godfrey International Moot Court Competition||1992|
|Managing Attorney||Shaev & Fleischman, LLP||2010 - Present|
|Managing Attorney||Fleischman Consumer Law Center||2007 - 2010|
|Managing Attorney||FleischmanLaw, P.C.||2002 - 2007|
|Managing Attorney||Fleischman Gelman||1999 - 2002|
|Managing Attorney||Fleischman & Associates||1995 - 1999|
|Associate||Pegalis & Wachsman, P.C.||1995 - 1995|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Central District Consumer Bankruptcy Attorney Association||Attorney Member||2012 - Present|
|Bankruptcy Law Network||Co-Founder, Member and President||2007 - Present|
|National Association of Consumer Advocates||Member||2003 - Present|
|National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys||Member||2002 - Present|
|Bankruptcy Law Network||Past President||N/A|
|Torres v. Chase Bank USA, N.A. (In re Torres), 367 B.R. 478 (Bankr.S.D.N.Y.2007)||Denial of Motion to Dismiss.|
|McKenzie-Gilyard v. HSBC Bank Nevada, N.A. (In re McKenzie-Gilyard), 388 B.R. 474 (Bankr.E.D.N.Y. 2007)||Denial of summary judgment motion.|
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|Buffalo Law Review||Swimming the Murky Waters: The Second Circuit and Subject-Matter Jurisdiction in Copyright Infringement Cases||1994|
|State University of New York at Buffalo School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1994|
|Student Loan Law Workshop||Student Loan Law||2015|
|Central California Bankruptcy Institute - 28th Annual Conference||Going Beyond Automatic: Enforcing the Stay and Discharge||2014|
|ABI/UMKC Midwest Bankruptcy Institute||Discharge Violations and Protecting your Clients from Creditor Abuses||2009|
|2009 Annual Convention||Litigating Discharge Violations||2009|
|Mortgage Lending Litigation Conference||Bankruptcy Issues And Mortgage Servicer Litigation||2008|
|Continuing Legal Education||Post-Bankruptcy Credit Reporting||2008|
|2008 Annual Conference||Post-Bankruptcy Credit Reporting||2008|
|2007 Annual Conference||Means Testing||2007|
Posted by Michelle
Jay actually addressed my main concern in less than 30 seconds. He could have easily ended our meeting there and I would have been fully satisfied. Instead, he spent an additional 45 minutes asking and answering my questions. He is extremely patient. He provided me with a few solid gems that I am going to follow up on. Overall, it was a great experience, well worth the fee!
Posted by anonymous
Jay was wonderful - put my mind at ease about my student loan debt and also put me on a direct track to repayment. Wish I had done this years ago!
Posted by Thomas
The appointment/scheduling person, Beth (lovely) helped me make an appointment with Jay, who is the partner in the firm who handles student loan lawsuits (private/public). David handles bankruptcy. Forget how I exactly came across their firms' number.
My phone call with Jay on January 24, 2017 cost $150 and it was totally worth it. He was generous with his time, detailed in his explanations and good about taking me through the "narrative/timeline" of the various stages of the lawsuit, telling me the different options that'd be avaiable to me along the way. He asked questions, wasn't offended or impatient when I asked him questions, and had a sense of humor, too - which is appreciated when handling matters that can be daunting.
I've hired him and will be moving forward with him as counsel, so we will see what happens next. But I have a good feeling about it and so far, so good.
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