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Art Rosenbloom has long been a commercial mediator in Supreme Court, New York County and in the United States District Court, Eastern District of New York, and has been and arbitrator with the American Arbitration Association.

"You did a terrific job mediating the family dispute involving real property in New York City."

-Defendants counsel in New York mediation

After clerking for a United States District Court Judge, he practiced corporate law in Manhattan, was General Counsel in a family corporation and then became an investment banker.

Art has more than 40 years of career experience with companies in the media, finance, hotels, transportation, telecommunications, manufacturing, and other industries.

Mr. Rosenbloom has provided valuation and litigation support to various, often high-profile, clients. He has also provided expert testimony in several landmark cases on executive compensation, securities fraud, custom-of-the-trade in investment banking, and other financial issues.

“I will certainly keep you in mind if I require any ADR services again”

-Plaintiff’s counsel in cross border agricultural product mediation.

Mr. Rosenbloom is the author of more than 70 articles on securities valuation and investment banking-related topics that have appeared in such publications as Forbes, Inc., Business Week, The Harvard Business Review,  and The National Law Journal. He is the co-editor and a chapter contributor to Ben Daniel, Rosenbloom & Hanks’s International M&A Joint Ventures & Beyond,Second Edition (McGraw-Hill) and is the editor and a chapter contributor to Due Diligence for Global Deal Making (Bloomberg Press). Mr. Rosenbloom has lectured in the US, Russia, Belgium, and Israel.

As an adjunct professor, he has taught international mergers and acquisitions and private equity investing to MBA students at The Leonard N. Stern School of Business of New York University and taught international M&A and investment banking to law students at New York University School of Law, the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell Law School, and the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. He has been a visiting lecturer and seminar leader on transactional due diligence at Cornell University.