Stewart Milch ’90 has joined the law firm Goldberg Segalla as a partner in its New York office, where he is a member of the firm’s professional liability and appellate practice groups. Previously, he was a partner with Martin Clearwater & Bell, LLP.
Milch focuses his practice on appellate advocacy and substantive legal writing. He has handled complex litigation at the state and federal levels for more than two decades, during which time he has had more than 75 reported decisions, and is also experienced in mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution. Milch has briefed and argued appeals before all four New York Appellate Divisions as well as the New York Court of Appeals.
As part of his appellate practice, he has represented a range of clients in medical malpractice and professional liability matters, including anesthesiologists, obstetrician-gynecologists, surgeons, dentists, podiatrists, psychologists, nurses, and physicians’ assistants. In addition, his clients have included numerous hospitals and health care systems, as well as other attorneys and law firms. Milch has also represented landlords and general contractors in labor law and general liability matters.
He previously served as managing attorney of a small law firm and practiced as an appellate attorney with other New York City firms.
Milch earned his B.A. in political science from Hobart College. While a student, he was a member of the Young Republicans Club. He went on to earn his juris doctorate at New York Law School (1993), where he was a contributor to the school’s Journal of Human Rights.