Partner Greg Radomisli has a personal affinity for medical professionals, having grown up in a family where many relatives worked in the health care field. Too squeamish for medical school himself, he instead chose the law as his way to become involved with the health care profession, defending practitioners, hospitals, clinics and other facilities against a broad range of medical and psychiatric malpractice claims. He has also successfully defended clients against claims involving negligence, products liability, professional liability and breach of confidentiality.
Greg is known by both clients and peers as being a tough litigator, a skilled negotiator and a consummate professional. He underscores the importance of clearly communicating defense strategy to his clients, giving them both confidence in their overall legal position as well as the fortitude to withstand the arduous litigation process. His 30+ years of experience include:
• Defending physicians and other health care providers against a broad variety of malpractice claims, with particular emphasis on defending psychiatric malpractice claims.
• Representing clients in cases involving claims of involuntary hospitalization and attendant claims of civil rights violations.
• Defending cases in multi-district litigation, particularly matters involving silicone breast implants and diet drugs.
• Representing clients in products liability and breach of confidentiality cases.
• Representing clients before the Office of Professional Medical Conduct.
Greg has been selected to the New York Super Lawyers list every year since 2010, a designation decided by peer evaluation and given to just five percent of attorneys on an annual basis. He is also rated AV Preeminent® by Martindale- Hubbell®, their highest rating.*
Greg has written articles for a variety of publications, including the ‘Outside Counsel’ section of the New York Law Journal, MD News, and the Firm’s client newsletter, Defense Practice Update. He has written authoritatively on the topic of electronic discovery and has given many presentations on the issues involved. He has lectured at CLE events, including a presentation entitled “Psychiatric Malpractice” for Lawline.com. Greg also volunteers as an arbitrator in Small Claims Court.