Edward E. Warnke
Edward Warnke is an Associate at Martin Clearwater Bell LLP, where he defends doctors, teaching hospitals, health care systems and other medical professionals in medical malpractice and professional liability matters.

EdwardE.Warnke

Associate

New York
New York

Immediately prior to joining MCB, Edward worked as an associate for a large, national law firm, where he managed and litigated an extensive caseload of employment matters. He also provided clients with preventative advice and counsel, as well as defended corporate and business clients before administrative agencies in state and federal courts.

Earlier in his career, Edward gained experience at three other law firms, including a prior stint at MCB, where he represented health care institutions and professionals in professional liability and medical malpractice actions; drafted motions; conducted hearings; attended conferences; and prepared, and argued for, clients in various court proceedings. Additionally, he took and defended depositions of medical professionals regarding patient treatment and recovery; analyzed and prepared litigation strategies for clients; and defended employers in state and federal court for a variety of negligence/malpractice, employment and discrimination issues.

Edward served in the United States Marines as an Amphibious Reconnaissance Marine from 2002 to 2006, and has served as a consultant for the Protocol and Liaison Service Office for the United Nations Department for General Assembly and Conference Management since 2013.

Edward received his J.D. from the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University, and his B.A. from St. John’s University. He is admitted to practice in New York.

Education:

Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University
J.D.
St. Johns University
B.A.

Bar Admissions:

New York
United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York

Awards:

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