Tuczinski Cavalier Gilchrist & Collura P.C.
Shareholder, Tuczinski Cavalier Gilchrist & Collura P.C., 2001-present. Primarily engaged in civil litigation involving business disputes, including contract litigation, shareholder and partnership litigation, construction litigation and arbitration, litigation and arbitration involving securities industry disputes (including disputes between customers and brokers/dealers, having represented both claimants and brokers/dealers), real estate litigation, landlord-tenant litigation, closely held corporate and partnership dissolutions, computer system and software disputes, trademark litigation and other general business litigation.
ADR education and training experience includes: Faculty, AAA Maximizing Efficiency & Economy in Arbitration: Challenges at the Preliminary Hearing, 2012; AAA Webinar, Muscular Arbitration Series: Does this Discovery Make My Arbitration Look Fat?, 2012; AAA Webinar, Muscular Arbitration Series: Belt Tightening in the Pre-Hearing Conference, 2012; AAA Arbitrator Ethics & Disclosure (ACE003), 2010; AAA Webinar, How to Prevent Arbitrations from Transforming into Litigations, 2009; AAA Webinar, Arbitrator Boundaries: What are the Limits on Arbitrator's Authority?, 2009; AAA Webinar, Electronic Discovery in Arbitration, 2009; AAA Webinar, How to Prevent Arbitration from Transforming into Litigations, 2009; AAA Webinar, Attorney Mishaps, Missteps and Mismanagement in Arbitration, 2008; AAA Webinar, Construction ADR Practitioners: Crucial Preparation for the New Industry Standard-Form Contract Documents, 2008; AAA Pro Se: Managing Cases Involving Self-Represented Parties (ACE002), 2006; AAA Ethical Considerations for Advocates in B-2-B Arbitrations, 2005; AAA Chairing an Arbitration Panel: Managing Procedures, Process & Dynamics (ACE005), 2005.
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (1964-1967); Albany Law School of Union University (JD, summa cum laude-1970).