Hon. Claire Weinberg presents
Cheryl Eisberg Moin
Attorneys' & Judges' Leadership Award
Cheryl is an experienced litigator and appellate attorney who has repeatedly won cases for her clients in front of the appellate courts in the state of New York for more than 35 years.
Cheryl Eisberg Moin was born in Brooklyn, New York and was admitted to the bar in 1981.
Cheryl has represented plaintiffs in over 200 appeals affirming multimillion-dollar verdicts, obtaining reversals on complex issues and questions of first impression. She has obtained many landmark decisions in the New York Court of Appeals and has been interviewed on CBS News Radio 88 regarding several significant cases.
1977 - Queens College of the City University of New York - (B.A., magna cum laude)
1980 - St. John’s University School of Law – J.D. (Dean's list)
Selected to Super Lawyers - 2014, 2015, 2016
1995 - Recipient of President’s Award, New York State Trial Lawyers Association
1995 - Woman of the Year, Yashar, the Attorneys and Judges Chapter of Hadassah.
Author of “10 Tips for Juggling Family and Work Responsibilities” -
Trial Magazine, September, 1996
Martindale Hubbell Listing Rated AV
“A public confirmation of the status [Ms. Moin] has achieved as a highly respected, ethical member of the Bar. It signifies that [her] legal abilities are the very highest standard and that [her] professional ethics and conduct are above question. [Ms. Moin] now joins a select group of attorneys who have been recognized by their peers for their legal expertise and professional reputation".
See http://www.martindale.com for details.
Primary Practice Areas:
Personal Injury, Civil Appeals; Negligence; Litigation; Premises Liability; Medical Malpractice; Products Liability, Appellate Law
2016 - Small Law Firm Practice Management Symposium at the New York City Bar Association
“Balancing Family and Management Responsibilities,” Association of Trial Lawyers of America, 1996;
Evaluating Personal Injury Claims: The Initial Interview, “ Continuing Legal Education, St. John's University School of Law, 1996;
“Appeals From the Inside Out, An Introduction – Preparing For And Presenting Oral Argument,” Continuing Legal Education, St. John’s University School of Law, 1997;
Secrets of Winning in the Court Of Appeals – Writing A Winning Brief,” Continuing Legal Education, St. John’s University School of Law, 1997;
"How to Litigate Cases In The Appellate Division – Motion Practice,” Continuing Legal Education, New York County Lawyers’ Association, 1999.
Cheryl founded and chairs the Downtown Lawyers Organization (see www.downtownlawyers.org.)
2007 - , comprised of 20 attorneys in different areas of expertise;
Founding Member, Vice President 1994-1998, and President, 1998-2000, Attorneys’ and Judges’ Chapter, Nassau Region, Yashar, the Attorneys and Judges Chapter of Hadassah;
Member: New York County Lawyers Association (Appellate Courts Committee, 1991 - );
New York State Trial Lawyers Association
Member Board of Directors, 1993-1999
Chair, Amicus Brief Committee, 1993-1996
Member, Legislative Committee, 1992-1997
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Hill & Moin Partner Cheryl Eisberg Moin (third from the right)
with 2014 Nassau County Women of Achievement Nominees
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