Richard D. Rosenbloom

Mr. Rosenbloom is engaged in private arbitration and mediation and serves as Chair of the Firm’s Alternative Dispute Resolution Practice Group.

rdr@boylancode.com

(585) 232-5300 x272

(585) 232-3528

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Practice Areas

Business & Finance
Elder Law
Employment
Litigation
Real Estate

Education

J.D., Columbia University School of Law
A.B., Cornell University

Affiliations

He is a member of the Panel of Neutrals of the American Arbitration Association, National Arbitration Forum, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority and Resolute Systems. He is a Certified Federal Court Mediator.  He is a past president of the Monroe County Bar Association and served in the House of Delegates of the American Bar Association and the New York State Bar Association. He is a current member of the Character & Fitness Committee for the Seventh Judicial District.

Experience

Mr. Rosenbloom has practiced law in Rochester since 1959.  Before joining Boylan Code, he served as a Justice of the New York State Supreme Court and as Judge of the New York State Family Court. He also served as a Judicial Hearing Officer in the NYS Supreme Court, Court of Claims and NYS Retirement System.

Honors & Achievements

Mr. Rosenbloom received the Adolph J. Rodenbeck Award for outstanding service to the legal profession and the community from the Monroe County Bar Association in 2011 and was a recipient of the Nathaniel Award for exceptional dedication to the profession from The Daily Record in 2003. In 2012 he received the President’s Award for Professionalism from the Monroe County Bar Association. Mr. Rosenbloom is listed in The Best Lawyers in America, and The New York Area’s Best Lawyers.

Service

Mr. Rosenbloom currently serves on the Board of the Friends of Eastman Opera, the Advisory Board of Jewish Family Services, the Advisory Board of Jewish Senior Life, and is a member of the Board of Ethics of the Town of Brighton. He has served as president of Jewish Family Service of Rochester and the Genesee Valley Chapter of the American Heart Association. He has also served on the Boards of Children Awaiting Parents, Center For Dispute Settlement, Temple Beth El, Statewide Youth Advocacy and The Legal Aid Society.