Cheryl L. Riess, Attorney
Cheryl L. Riess began practicing law in 1987 out of her own firm in New York which focused its practice on plaintiff's legal malpractice claims. She became a member of the Florida bar in 2004 and worked in insurance defense before joining Mintz Truppman, P.A., where she now handles first-party claims and bad faith actions against insurance companies.
Education: B.A., City University of New York, 1975 (summa cum laude); M.D., Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, 1979; JD., Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, 1987 (cum laude); RiderCoach Certification, Motorcycle Safety Foundation, 2005.
|Education:||New School for Social Research, Graduate School of Management and Urban Professions Postgraduate Certificate in Mental Health Administration|
|Admissions:||U.S. Supreme Court 1991|
U.S. District Court Southern District of New York 1988
U.S. District Court Northern District of New York 1998
U.S. District Court Eastern District of New York 1988
U.S. District Court District of Massachusetts 1988
U.S. Court of Appeals 2nd Circuit 1996
New York 1987
District of Columbia 1994
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