Michael T. Warshaw is a practicing attorney, in Red Bank, New Jersey since 1976. His practice concentrates in the areas of Civil Trials, Personal Injury, Workers’ Compensation, Residential and Commercial Real Estate, Estates and Estate Planning, Business and Corporate Law and Social Security Law. He also represents accused persons in Municipal and Superior Courts.
He has served as a Trustee of the Young Lawyers Division of the New Jersey State Bar Association and Chairman of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee of the Monmouth Bar Association; he is a member of the Monmouth, New Jersey and American Bar Associations, as well as the New Jersey Association for Justice. He is listed in Who’s Who in American Law and, since 1995, has received the highest rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the only national directory of attorneys, whose ratings are by peer review.
Mr. Warshaw is a Master member in the Haydn Proctor Chapter, American Inns of Court; he is an adjunct professor of Business Law at Monmouth University.
He served as Law Secretary to Hon. Maurice A. Walsh, Jr., J.S.C. He is admitted to practice in New Jersey, New York, the Federal Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit and the United States Supreme Court. He was approved as an arbitrator by AAA in 1981. He was approved as an Arbitrator by the N.J. Supreme Court in both personal injury litigation and commercial cases, in 1990 and has been appointed to the panel of mediators by the Court since 1999.
Mr. Warshaw currently serves as Trustee and Past President of the Christian Brothers Academy Alumni Association, Past President of the Red Bank Catholic High School Development Advisory Council and Past President of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick of the Jersey Shore. In 2006 he was their “Irishman of the Year.” He was the 1997 Chair of the Jersey Shore Irish Festival, having served on its board since its inception in 1993 and its President from 1996 – 1998. He is a Trustee and Past President of the Brookdale College Foundation.
Mr. Warshaw received his B.A. from The College of the Holy Cross in 1972 and his J.D. from Brooklyn Law School in 1975.