Steven J. Hyman is chair of the Litigation Department at McLaughlin & Stern.
Mr. Hyman has extensive litigation and trial experience across a broad range of legal issues. He has argued in the Supreme Court of the United States, been counsel in numerous reported decisions in both the federal and state systems and tried a wide variety of cases including capital murder and other criminal charges, employment discrimination, civil rights and constitutional litigation, commercial cases involving a variety of corporate disputes and contract claims, as well as theatre and security arbitrations. Two of his cases, Flynn v. Goldman Sachs and Cherry v. Coudert Brothers were the subject of Court TV’s daily coverage of trials of interest.
In addition, Mr. Hyman was an Associate Adjunct Professor of Law at NYU Law School and has been active in Bar Associations and community organizations. He is a former chair of the New York County Lawyer’s Civil Rights Committee and a former President of the Board of Directors of the New York Civil Liberties Union. He also has been a guest lecturer at universities and law schools, and has appeared on TV and radio as a legal commentator.
Mr. Hyman has the preeminent AV peer rating with Martindale-Hubbell, and is listed in the New York Super Lawyers Metro Edition and The Avenue Magazine’s Legal Elite.
Mr. Hyman received his BA from Lafayette College and his law degree from Columbia Law School where he graduated cum laude.