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Richard B. Ancowitz - New York, NY

100 Wall StreetSuite 1702 New York, NY 10005

Updated: 02/18/2024

New York Alternative Dispute Resolution Lawyer

Overview

As principal author and editor-in-chief of Weitz on Automobile Litigation & The No-Fault Handbook, Richard B. Ancowitz is widely recognized by lawyers throughout New York State as a leading authority on automobile injury cases, insurance law, and civil practice. He has been a featured speaker at numerous continuing legal education programs presented by various bar associations, the Office of Court Administration and the New York State Legislature.

He is accomplished as a commercial litigator, as well as an authority on claims made pursuant to the state and federal False Claims Act.

Mr. Ancowitz has hosted and produced The Legal Rights and Wrongs Show, an internet radio show designed to provide information about the law to legal consumers.

Richard B. Ancowitz is admitted to practice in New York and Florida.

About Richard B. Ancowitz

Current Employment Position(s)

  • Of Counsel

Practice Areas

  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Insurance
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Automobile Litigation

Litigation

  • 100%

Qualifications

Bar Admissions

  • New York, 1983
  • Florida, 1983

Classes and Seminars

  • Office of Court Administration, Speaker
  • New York State Legislature, Speaker

Education

  • Brooklyn Law School, Brooklyn, New York

Articles

Published Works

  • Weitz on Automobile Litigation & The No-Fault Handbook, Principal Author and Editor-in-Chief

Office Information

Address

100 Wall StreetSuite 1702 New York, NY 10005

Fax

  • 212-742-9706

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