Attorney Profile

Matthew A. Lampert

Matthew A. Lampert

Partner

Matthew A. Lampert defends personal injury, construction/labor law claims, premises liability, negligent supervision and motor vehicle collision cases. He also represents Rivkin Radler’s clients in all phases of the defense of these claims through trial verdict.

His experience is wide-ranging, earned from his years as a Senior Trial Attorney and State Prosecutor in the Nassau County District Attorney’s Office, where he successfully prosecuted many violent felony and vehicular homicide cases, including New York State’s first case of Aggravated Vehicular Homicide.

Matthew has responded to, investigated and prosecuted vehicle collision cases involving catastrophic injuries and fatalities, using a wide range of evidence obtained from the motor vehicles themselves, in addition to factors in the environment surrounding the collisions.

Matthew has attended USLAW’s Trucking Boot Camp in Omaha, Nebraska, and has contributed to USLAW’s National Compendium of Law for the State of New York, a resource that gives users access to common and statutory law regarding a variety of procedural and litigation-oriented issues. The National Compendium addresses issues that arise prior to the commencement of litigation through trial and on to appeal.

One of Matthew’s previous civil trials was discussed in a well-known New York jury verdict reporter for Matthew’s successful introduction into evidence of prior, unsworn deposition testimony as a Business Record during a jury trial in which he obtained a Defense Verdict for his client.

Matthew also leverages his vast experience garnered at the District Attorney’s Office – where he presented hundreds of cases and investigations to the Nassau County Grand Jury and tried to verdict over 35 criminal trials – in his role as partner in the Firm’s Compliance, Investigations &White Collar Practice Group

During Matthew’s tenure as an Assistant District Attorney, he served as a frequent lecturer for the District Attorney’s “Choices and Consequences” program.” As part of the program, presented to high school students and their parents at numerous high schools throughout Nassau County, Matthew described the dangers of drunk driving by using actual cases that he prosecuted as examples. It was during this tenure that Matthew received the Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Award for his dedication and service to the mission of MADD.

While at Hofstra University School of Law, Matthew served as President of Hofstra’s Moot Court Association. Upon his graduation from Hofstra University School of Law, he received Hofstra Law’s School’s “Distinguished Service to the School” Award and the “Deborah Sloyer Memorial Scholarship in Trial Advocacy” Award.

Uniondale
F: (516) 357-3333

926 RXR Plaza
Uniondale, NY 11556-0926

Bar Admission

New York

Court Admissions

United States District Court for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York

Education

Hofstra University School of Law, Juris Doctor

Binghamton University, B.A., with honors in Philosophy, Politics and Law

Matthew A. Lampert

Partner

Matthew A. Lampert defends personal injury, construction/labor law claims, premises liability, negligent supervision and motor vehicle collision cases. He also represents Rivkin Radler’s clients in all phases of the defense of these claims through trial verdict.

His experience is wide-ranging, earned from his years as a Senior Trial Attorney and State Prosecutor in the Nassau County District Attorney’s Office, where he successfully prosecuted many violent felony and vehicular homicide cases, including New York State’s first case of Aggravated Vehicular Homicide.

Matthew has responded to, investigated and prosecuted vehicle collision cases involving catastrophic injuries and fatalities, using a wide range of evidence obtained from the motor vehicles themselves, in addition to factors in the environment surrounding the collisions.

Matthew has attended USLAW’s Trucking Boot Camp in Omaha, Nebraska, and has contributed to USLAW’s National Compendium of Law for the State of New York, a resource that gives users access to common and statutory law regarding a variety of procedural and litigation-oriented issues. The National Compendium addresses issues that arise prior to the commencement of litigation through trial and on to appeal.

One of Matthew’s previous civil trials was discussed in a well-known New York jury verdict reporter for Matthew’s successful introduction into evidence of prior, unsworn deposition testimony as a Business Record during a jury trial in which he obtained a Defense Verdict for his client.

Matthew also leverages his vast experience garnered at the District Attorney’s Office – where he presented hundreds of cases and investigations to the Nassau County Grand Jury and tried to verdict over 35 criminal trials – in his role as partner in the Firm’s Compliance, Investigations &White Collar Practice Group

During Matthew’s tenure as an Assistant District Attorney, he served as a frequent lecturer for the District Attorney’s “Choices and Consequences” program.” As part of the program, presented to high school students and their parents at numerous high schools throughout Nassau County, Matthew described the dangers of drunk driving by using actual cases that he prosecuted as examples. It was during this tenure that Matthew received the Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Award for his dedication and service to the mission of MADD.

While at Hofstra University School of Law, Matthew served as President of Hofstra’s Moot Court Association. Upon his graduation from Hofstra University School of Law, he received Hofstra Law’s School’s “Distinguished Service to the School” Award and the “Deborah Sloyer Memorial Scholarship in Trial Advocacy” Award.

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