MCB LogoGraham T. Musynske
Graham Musynske is a Senior Associate at Martin Clearwater & Bell LLP, where he defends medical professionals and health care organizations in a broad range of medical malpractice matters.



Long Island
Long Island

Prior to joining MCB, Graham was counsel for regulatory affairs and legal com­pliance for an insurance company specializing in medical professional liability coverage. Before that, he was a senior associate attorney at a full service law firm in the New York area. There, his specialty was defending hospitals, health care systems, nursing homes, and individual health care practitioners against abroad variety of medical malpractice claims. Specific responsibilities included legal research; drafting legal documents such as pleadings, discovery demands, motions, expert witness disclosures, and reports; conducting depositions; and providing litigation support for the firm’s partners. He also developed defense strategies for assigned cases and advised clients throughout the duration of those cases. Additionally, Graham supervised and mentored the firm’s junior associates, helping them to prioritize workload and editing their written prod­ucts prior to submission.

Earlier in his career, Graham gained additional legal experience as an associ­ate attorney at two law firms in the New York area, representing and defend­ing both hospitals and individual practitioners against medical malpractice claims. In law school, he was a regulatory and legal extern/intern for a Long Island based Fortune 500 company, which specialized in the distribution of healthcare products and medical devices.

Graham received his B.A. from the The George Washington University in 2006. He earned his J.D. from the Hofstra University School of Law in 2010. He is ad­mitted to practice in New York.

Practice Area(s):


Hofstra University School of Law
The George Washington University

Bar Admissions:

New York


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