Gair, Gair, Conason, Steigman, Mackauf, Bloom & Rubinowitz
80 Pine St., 34th Fl.
New York, NY 10005
Ben Rubinowitz has been recognized as one of the most successful plaintiff's attorneys in the United States. The exclusive area of Ben's practice is the representation of victims of serious personal injury, medical malpractice, wrongful death, civil rights and product liability claims. Ben has obtained more than one hundred sixty verdicts and settlements in excess of $1,000,000. He is known for his impeccable attention to detail and his ability to translate information into clear terms for a jury. As a direct result of his abilities, he has set record recoveries for his clients. In his last three trials Ben won verdicts of $71 Million, $42.5 Million and $60 Million for his clients.
Over the last 10 years Ben has been voted "Lawyer of the Year" four times by "Best Lawyers in America." This year Ben has been listed as one of the "Top 10" lawyers in the New York Metro area (out of more than 74,000 lawyers). For the last 15 years Ben has been recognized as a "Superlawyer," and has been awarded the highest rating possible in Martindale-Hubbell.
Ben believes in giving back to his profession and in helping younger, less experienced trial lawyers. For more than two decades he has been a National and Regional Team Leader for the National Institute of Trial Advocacy and has participated in more than 500 Continuing Legal Education Courses. Ben is a Nationally recognized speaker and sought-after lecturer on trial techniques and advocacy skills. He has authored more than 80 articles in the field of Trial Practice providing expert commentary in the New York Law Journal. In addition to teaching lawyers, and in recognition of his skill, Ben has been asked to lecture to Judges in New York State at their annual conferences. He has repeatedly been asked to lecture physicians about medical malpractice at Duke, Vanderbilt, Columbia, NYU, Lenox Hill and Stonybrook Hospitals as well as their National CME (Continuing Medical Education) conferences.
In recognition of his talent as a trial lawyer, Ben received the prestigious Prentice Marshall Award and Robert E. Keeton Award for Trial Practice. Ben was recently elected Chair of the Board of Trustees of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy. He is an adjunct Professor at Cardozo Law School, Hofstra Law School and has taught trial advocacy at Harvard Law School, Emory Law School, Fordham Law, New York Law and Pace Law Schools.