Mr. Polishook is a 2001 graduate of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law (Yeshiva University) in Manhattan, New York. At Cardozo, Mr. Polishook focused on his litigation studies, participating in the Intensive Trial Advocacy Program through NITA, conducted by Professor Barry Scheck, as well as completing a course in Appellate Advocacy. He completed his undergraduate studies at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts, outside of Boston where he was born and raised, and received a B.A. in Political Science in 1998. During his time at Tufts, Mr. Polishook completed a semester studying abroad at London's City University. Mr. Polishook started his professional career at Newman Fitch Altheim Myers in downtown Manhattan on Wall Street, where he focused on the representation of commercial construction managers first in New York and then in New Jersey, and their defense in Labor Law/Tort and Breach of Contract cases. He has been at Morgan Melhuish Abrutyn for six years, and his practice has expanded to also include general insurance defense, professional liability, insurance coverage and commercial litigation. He maintains a New York practice but has also expanded upon his New Jersey practice. Mr. Polishook recently obtained a defense verdict in his first solo, civil trial in a property damage case (tort, breach of contract) involving a residential cooperative apartment in Manhattan
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