Neutral Bio: Hon. Edward A. Maron, Ret.

I like to help people help themselves, to assist them in helping themselves. The mediator should be empathetic

-Hon. Edward A. Maron (Ret.)

Hon. Edward A. Maron, Ret.

Over two decades of work as an Administrative Law Judge, Judicial Hearing Officer, Arbitrator and then New York State Supreme Court Justice underscore Hon. Edward A. Maron’s commitment to public service and to helping others. He is an active member in numerous associations and has a long list of prestigious awards.

He strongly believes that the keys to successful mediation are for the neutral to truly listen, to be empathetic and to be respectful to both the parties as well as the process.

EXPERTISE

  • Personal Injury
  • Wrongful Death
  • Products Liability
  • Commercial Disputes
  • Matrimonial
  • Real Estate
  • Business Disputes

LOCATION

NY Metro

JUDICIAL/LEGAL EXPERIENCE

Justice, Supreme Court of the State of New York, Nassau County (2009 – 2016)

Judge, Acting County Court (2005 – 2008)

Judge, District Court Nassau County (2000 – 2008)

Attorney, Private Practice (1964 – 2000)

Arbitrator, Civil Court, City of New York, (1972 – 2000)

Arbitrator, District Court, Nassau County, (1989 – 2000)

Hearing Officer, Supreme Court, Nassau County (1989 – 2000)

Administrative Law Judge, City of New York (1995 – 2000)

 

EDUCATION

St. John’s University, Brooklyn, New York J.D. (1964)

Yeshiva University, New York, New York, B.A. (1961)

 

ADMISSIONS

New York State, 2nd Dept. (1964), Supreme Court of the United States of America (1968)

 

MEMBERSHIPS AND HONORS

Treasurer, Vice-President and President of the District’s Court Judge’s Association

President of the New York State District Court Judges Association

Hon. Edward J. Hart Memorial Award, Fraternal Order of Court Officers of Nassau County

President’s Award, Italian-American Court Officers of Nassau County

Norman F. Lent Memorial Award, Criminal Courts Bar Association of Nassau County

Member, Jewish Lawyer’s Association of Nassau County