Stephen L. Brodsky is a Partner of Mazzola Lindstrom, LLP and is resident in the firm’s New York City office. Stephen has practiced complex commercial litigation for more than twenty-five years. Over his career, Stephen has litigated significant, high dollar matters in federal and state courts across the United States. He has argued at the trial and appellate levels and served as trial counsel in both bench and jury trials. He also represents his clients in arbitrations, mediation, and administrative proceedings. Finally, he resolves his clients’ matters through negotiations and without formal litigation. He is known for his creative problem solving and thoughtful advocacy. He is rated AV Preeminent by his clients and peers, the highest professional rating.
Stephen received his J.D. from Columbia Law School, where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar and member of the Journal of Law and Social Problems. He graduated from University of Pennsylvania, summa cum laude, where he studied Philosophy.
In addition to his practice, Stephen serves in several leadership roles in the New York State Bar Association and the American Bar Association. He also writes and speaks on legal and business-related topics. He has been published in journals throughout the country and presented CLEs and seminars to fellow attorneys and to business owners and executives.
On a personal note, Stephen is committed to charitable work. He is an Director of and Counsel to Autism Communities, a non-profit establishing supportive residences, with social and vocational opportunities, for adults with autism in New York. He is also a volunteer New York State Ambassador for Autism Speaks, a national organization dedicated to autism research, awareness and advocacy.