Mr. Kotler has been with the firm since 2013. He is a volunteer arbitrator for the New York City Small Claims Court. He did a clerkship in the Civil Branch of the New York Supreme Court, and an internship to the New York State Attorney General.
Mr. Kotler's areas of practice include writing and arguing appeals, as well as complex motions for summary judgement, and other motions.
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- "Officer Klansman? A Nebraska arbitrator rules that a Ku Klux Klan member has a right to be a state trooper. But the arbitrator could well be wrong," 124 Intelligence Report 69 (Southern Poverty Law Center: Winter 2006).
- "Indigent Defense Washed Away By Katrina," ACSBlog (October 20, 2006), http://www.acslaw.org/acsblog/indigent-defense-washed-away-by-katrina.
- "Virtual Taxes," ACSBlog (January 31, 2006), http://www.acslaw.org/acsblog/virtual-taxes.
- "IRS in the Pulpit," ACSBlog (December 5, 2005), http://www.acslaw.org/acsblog/the-irs-in-the-pulpit
New York City Small Claims Court - Volunteer Arbitrator
- 2007 J.D. Tulane University Law School
- 2001 A.B. Dartmouth College