MCB LogoMichael Goitein
Michael Goitein is an Associate at Martin Clearwater & Bell LLP, where he de­fends the Firm’s client doctors, hospitals, healthcare systems, and other medi­cal professionals in a variety of medical malpractice matters.



New York
New York

Prior to joining MCB, Michael was an associate at a general litigation firm in the New York area. Areas of specialty included employment law, personal inju­ry, real estate, and contracts. Specific responsibilities included drafting plead­ings, motions, appellate briefs, and other legal documents; performing legal research; conducting depositions; trial work; and presenting oral arguments at both lower and appellate courts. Earlier in his career, Michael worked as a so­licitor at a London based firm where he specialized in employment law. There, here presented claimants and defendants in employment litigation; participat­ed in Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal hearings; and advised both individuals and U.K. and international corporations on assorted employment issues that ranged from discrimination and wrongful termination to part timeworkers’ rights, parental leave, settlement negotiations, and inter­national employment issues.

Michael received his B.A. with honors from Middlesex University Business School (London, U.K.) in 2000. He earned his Graduate Diploma in Law from BPP Law School (London, U.K.) in 2009 with commendation, and completed the Legal Practice Course at BPP Law School in 2010 for which he earned a Dis­tinction. He completed his LL.M. at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in 2019, where he attained the Dean’s Merit Scholarship. He is admitted to prac­tice in New York, as well as England and Wales.

Practice Area(s):


Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
BPP Law School
Middlesex University Business School
B.A. (Hons)

Bar Admissions:

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


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