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Consilium ADR, LLC
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1345 Avenue of the Americas
New York, 10105
212 324 9737
Fax: 212 324 9738
Description of Practice
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.
- Completed mediation programs in Supreme Court, New York County and the American Arbitration Association, including a course in international arbitration.
- Bachelor's Degree from Bucknell University - Master's Degree from Columbia University - Law Degree from Cornell Law School.
As an investment banker, experienced in securities valuation, damage quantification, domestic and cross border merger and acquisition advisory and private placements of debt and equity. Testimony in landmark cases in Delaware Chancery Court and elsewhere.
Previously Adjunct Professor in the Executive MBA program, at the Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York University and the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. Guest lecturer at the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell Law School, Johnson School of Business at Cornell University, the Alfred E. Lerner College of Business and Economics at the University of Delaware,The Interdisciplinary Center in Israel and elsewhere.
- Mediated many commercial cases, almost all of which settled. Chaired AAA arbitration panels. Currently mediator Supreme Court, New York County and the United States District Court, Eastern District of New York.
Among the many tools in a mediator’s kitbag should be the ability to differentiate between the issues in dispute that are merely apparent and those that are real, subordinating in all instances, the apparent to the real.
Areas of Practice
- Professional Fees
- Real Estate