Michael A. Cardozo is a Partner in Proskauer’s Litigation Department and the former Corporation Counsel for the City of New York. As the city's 77th and longest serving Corporation Counsel, he was the city’s chief legal officer, headed the city's Law Department of more than 700 lawyers, and served from 2002 through 2013 as legal counsel to Mayor Michael Bloomberg, elected officials, the city and its agencies.
Michael’s experience managing large litigations in both the private and public sectors provides him with unique insight into litigation assessments, risk management and mitigation issues. In his role as head of the New York City Law Department, he effected numerous changes that resulted in significantly increased efficiency. He achieved this by greatly expanding the use of technology and statistical data allowing for effective risk/cost analysis of cases.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Michael Cardozo