Michael Gullo has extensive experience in both insurance and corporate litigation. Michael spent eight years working inside New York courts, first as a Court Attorney for the Kings County Supreme Court (1994 to 1998) with a concentration in real estate litigation, and then as Principal Law Clerk for the Honorable Alan L. Lebowitz, a Justice of the Supreme Court, 2nd Judicial District, Richmond County (1998 to 2002). This insider’s knowledge of courtroom procedures helps Michael chart the course for efficient litigation management strategies.
Mr. Gullo teaches seminars for professionals focused on best practices in claims management, dispute resolution, and fraud.
An Abuse Of Power: No-Fault Regs and ‘lMK Psychological’, by Michael Gullo and Anthony DeGuerre, New York Law Journal, March 20, 2008.
Out-of-State litigants: Is CPLR § 2309(c) Unconstitutional?, by Michael Gullo and Anthony DeGuerre, New York Law Journal, January 2, 2007.