HEARING OFFICER RESUME

Steven B. Tannenbaum, Esq. Hearing Officer for NAM (National Arbitration and Mediation)

Steven B. Tannenbaum, Esq. Hearing Officer

Steven Tannenbaum has been practicing law for over thirty-five years and has had a distinguished legal career in New York City and Long Island. As an arbitrator and mediator for NAM, he has successfully settled dozens of personal injury cases. In addition, Mr. Tannenbaum has served as a highly-respected and skilled attorney who handles complex litigation involving medical malpractice, dental malpractice, legal malpractice, insurance coverage, commercial cases, construction disputes, personal injury, products liability, Labor Law cases, vaccine injury, lead paint and toxic mold actions on behalf of plaintiffs and defendants.

Mr. Tannenbaum has represented several insurance carriers in the defense of personal injury and dental malpractice claims in State and Federal Courts and was also appointed by the Appellate Division, 2nd Department, as an attorney panelist for the hearing of medical malpractice claims in both Brooklyn and in Queens. As a litigator, he developed an affinity towards ADR, and counseled his broad clientele to consider this mechanism as a means towards finalizing time consuming and costly litigation.

He has lectured and authored on the litigation of psychiatric malpractice claims before medical journalists and on the topic of mold litigation before groups of building owners and managers. He has also completed numerous medical seminars, given by attorneys, physicians and hospitals, in multiple areas of medicine and has lectured nationally on Good Samaritan Laws and pending legislation involving CPR and AED usage.

Steven Tannenbaum has the ability to arbitrate or mediate the most complex matters and is persistent in his effort to assist the parties in reaching and finalizing a resolution. His vast knowledge, education and legal experience make him an exceptionally well-rounded panel member, ideal for the mediation and arbitration of multifaceted cases with NAM.