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Meet New York’s Commercial Judges: By and for Junior Lawyers – Part 10

Meet New York’s Commercial Judges: By and for Junior Lawyers – Part 10

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The Commercial and Federal Litigation Section of the New York State Bar is continuing its series devoted to having junior attorneys interact and learn from New York’s Commercial Division Justices. We encourage you to invite junior attorneys from your firm to attend which they can do virtually from the office. There is so much to learn. It is free and invaluable for learning what these jurists expect from lawyers who appear before them and other strategies for success in the Commercial Division. This program will not be recorded – don't miss out!

This multi-part program which will involve young lawyers being paired with Commercial Division Justices to put on a "casual" conversation geared to what young lawyers (or future lawyers) should know about the court system and appearing before a Commercial Division Justice.

This Session's guest: Justice Daniel J. Doyle

Justice Doyle was elected to NYS Supreme Court in November 2006 and elected for another 14 year term in 2020. Since 2006, Justice Doyle presided over criminal and civil matters throughout the eight counties in the 7th Judicial District. Currently Justice Doyle serves in the Commercial Court where he presides over all commercial cases in the 7th Judicial District. Additionally, Justice Doyle handles all Tax Assessment cases for the 7th Judicial District. Justice Doyle is a graduate of Syracuse University and Syracuse University College of Law where he served as an editor of the Syracuse Law Review. After beginning his legal career with the Monroe County District Attorney’s Office, Justice Doyle entered private practice. He worked for a large upstate New York law firm before starting up his own private practice which was focused on civil and criminal litigation. He also served as Deputy Town Attorney for the Town of

Irondequoit. Thereafter, Justice Doyle, left private practice to serve as a Commissioner with the New York State Board of Parole and then later served as Special Counsel to the County Executive of Monroe County.


This series is organized by the following Commercial and Federal Litigation Section Committee Chairs:

Mark A. Berman, Chair of the Commercial Division Committee.

Hamutal Lieberman, Programming and CLE Committee Chair

Viktoriya Liberchuk and Laura Tsang, Co-Chairs of the Young Lawyers Committee

If you are having any trouble registering, please contact our Member Resource Center Team at 800-582-2452.


SINGLE DAY PROGRAMS (Live, Webcast, Webinars & Video Replays)

Cancellations received more than 3 days from the scheduled program date: 100% refund

Cancellations received between 0-3 days from the scheduled program date: 100% refund (less the $25 cancellation fee) 

Cancellations received after the scheduled program date: No refund

Start Date:
  • November 9, 2023
Start Time:
  • 12:00 PM
End Time:
  • 1:00 PM
  • Virtual Participation
  • Webinar
Product Code:
  • FED110923
Section Member Price: Free
Non-Member Price: $25.00
Sponsoring Committee Group
  • Commercial & Federal Litigation Section
  • Young Lawyers Section
  • Continuing Legal Education Committee