Selected Press

New York Daily News Woman whose dad was convicted of slaughtering her mom 20 years ago is haunted by the Innocence Project’s decision to re-visit the murder
April 1, 2019
New York Law Journal Evidentiary Hearing on Issue of Kinship Ordered in Contested Probate Proceeding
December 23, 2011
LUNIT University of Detroit
LUNIT University of Detroit LUNIT Project introduces students to pre-fab and manufactured housing
Spring 2010


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New York Law Journal Decision and Order, Weiner v. Weiner
April 14, 2010
New York Law Journal New York Law Journal "Woman Wins Bar on Ex Spouse's Move to Dwelling Behind Hers"
April 14, 2010

Supreme Court, New York County

New York Daily News
New York Daily News Longtime aide swiped $400G, Co-op City physician claims" Supreme Court, Bronx County
August 30, 2009
New York Law Journal Weiner v Weiner
November 17, 2008
New York Law Journal Decision of Interest, Weiner v Weiner
August 13, 2007
New York Law Journal Decision of Interest, Murphy v. Andrew College US District Court, Southern District of New York
July 5, 2006
New York Law Journal Verdicts & Settlements, Lily Insogna v. Sixty Sutton Corp, Supreme Court, New York County
February 6, 2006
New York Law Journal Top Verdicts & Settlements of 2005, Bessaha v. Bessaha, Supreme Court, Nassau County
December 27, 2005
Verdict Search Lily Insogna v. Sixty Sutton Corp.
November 8, 2005
New York Law Journal "Child Actor Seeks Lost Earnings From His Father"
August 23, 2005

Mirotznik v LaBove
Supreme Court, Nassau County

New York Law Journal Verdicts & Settlements
August 9, 2005

Bessaha v. Bessaha

Newsday "Daughter of Slain Mom awarded $10M"
June 29, 2005

Bessaha v. Bessaha

New York Law Journal "Convicted Murderer Ordered To Pay $10 Million in Damages" Front Page
June 22, 2005

Bessaha v. Bessaha

Verdict Search Bessaha v. Bessaha
June 15, 2005
New York Law Journal "This Weeks News"
March 22, 2005

Bessaha v. Bessaha

New York Law Journal "Tug of War"
March 24, 2004

Bessaha v Bessaha

New York Law Journal News In Brief
January 7, 2004

Mirotznik v. Labove

Philanthropy

Charles M. Mirotznik’s belief that a quality education is key to both personal growth and professional success has inspired his commitment to educational philanthropy.

Mr. Mirotznik has endowed a scholarship at Dickinson College, his Alma Mater, to fund study abroad scholarships to Bologna, Italy, where he studied from 1974-75, as an undergraduate. Recognizing how fortunate he was to have parents encouraging his study abroad program, he endowed the scholarship to extend that unique opportunity to students who qualify under the scholarship guidelines. 

 

Mr. Mirotznik has also established scholarships in tribute to his parents at both Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, where he was part of the inaugural law school class, and Brooklyn Law School, in tribute to his father, Bernard M. Mirotznik, Esq., Class of ’52. 

Mr. Mirotznik credits his parents’ mentorship, guidance, and belief in a strong education for providing him with the opportunity to succeed and achieve professional independence.  He sincerely hopes that through these scholarships he will encourage and support the educational goals of students and help lay the groundwork for future generations to achieve their own professional independence.

Biography

EDUCATION

Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
Yeshiva University, New York, NY
J.D., June 1979

Dickinson College
Carlisle, PA
B.A., June 1975

Johns Hopkins School for Advanced International Studies
Bologna, Italy
Senior Year, 1974-1975

EXPERIENCE

1985 - Present 
Private Practice

1983-1985 
Becker & London
30 Lincoln Plaza
New York, NY 10023
Associate

1982-1983 
Ballon, Stoll & Itzler
1450 Broadway
New York, NY 10018
Associate

1980-1982 
International Creative Management
40 West 57th Street
New York, NY 10019
Theatrical Agent

1979-1980 
"Hide & Seek", A Broadway Show
Starring Elizabeth Ashley
Belasco Theatre, New York, New York
Assistant to the Producers

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

The LUNIT Project @ University of Detroit 2009 - 2010
Sponsor of an architectural project to design a prefabricated dwelling

The LUNIT Project @ Harvard, 2006- 2007
Harvard Graduate School of Design, School of Architecture
Sponsored a studio on prefabrication

AMAS Musical Theatre, INC.
115 MacDougal Street
New York, NY 10012
Board Member and Counsel 2006 to present

Aston Magna Foundation for Music and the Humanities, Inc.
Great Barrington, MA 01230
Board Member 2007 to present

Dance Library of Israel
President 1991- 1997

New York County Lawyers Association
Special Committee on Communications and Entertainment Law
Co-Chairman 1987 - 1991

Association of the Bar of the City of New York
Young Lawyers Committee, National Moot Court Competition
Clerk 1984

Contact

CHARLES M. MIROTZNIK, ESQ.
570 Lexington Avenue, Suite 1600
New York, NY 10022

T: 212 826-2787
F: 855 787-0033
E: cmirotznik@aol.com 

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