On September 26, 2016, Kevin Schlosser, Member and the Chair of Meyer Suozzi’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution Department, was sworn in as President of the Theodore Roosevelt American Inn of Court. His induction took place at the Inn of Court Annual Dinner at the Nassau County Bar Association. The honorable Madeline Singas, District Attorney for Nassau County, was the keynote speaker. Mr. Schlosser will serve as President for the 2016-2017 term.
Mr. Schlosser, an experienced civil litigator, handles complex commercial disputes, business torts, fraud, ERISA, health law, intellectual property, insurance claims and defense, including disability insurance claims and the prosecution and defense of other tort-related claims. Schlosser’s clients vary from some of the largest businesses in the world to local businesses and individuals. He is an accomplished trial attorney whose victories include million-dollar recoveries and a record-breaking jury verdict. He graduated magna cum laude from City University of New York, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, in 1981, and from Hofstra University School of Law, with distinction, in 1984.
The Theodore Roosevelt American Inn of Court is a local chapter of the American Inns of Court, whose members include federal and state judges, lawyers, law professors and law students. The mission of the American Inns is “to foster excellence in professionalism, ethics, civility, and legal skills.” The Theodore Roosevelt Inn holds monthly meetings where members enhance their knowledge and skills to become more effective advocates and counselors with a keener ethical awareness.