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Vincent TorregianoZachary Russell Bergman is an Associate at Broach & Stulberg, LLP, where he primarily practices labor, employment and civil rights law.

Before joining the firm, Mr. Bergman served for three years as an Assistant Corporation Counsel in the Special Federal Litigation Division of the New York City Law Department. In that capacity, he acted as lead counsel in approximately 50 federal civil rights cases (including a five-day jury trial), in which he handled dozens of dispositive motions, depositions, mediations, and court and settlement conferences. In recognition of his stellar service, Mr. Bergman was awarded the Law Department’s “Rookie of the Year Award” following his first-year of practice.

Mr. Bergman earned his J.D. degree at Cornell Law School, where he worked as Notes Editor on the Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy, in which his note, Testing Solutions for Adult Film Performers, was published in Volume 24. He also served as Co-President of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Society, competed on the Vis Moot Court Team in Vienna, Austria and at the ABA Representation in Mediation Competition, and worked in Cornell’s Advocacy for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Communities Clinic.

Mr. Bergman gained his first exposure to the practice of labor and employment law as a paralegal at Broach & Stulberg, LLP, where he supported the firm’s motion and trial efforts in federal class actions and cases brought pursuant to the Fair Labor Standards Act, Americans with Disabilities Act and Age Discrimination in Employment Act.

He earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations, where he focused on labor relations studies and interned at the International Labour Organization in Geneva, Switzerland.

Mr. Bergman is a member of the bar of the State of New York, and is admitted to practice in the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York.

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