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Christopher Adam Blackman, 1978 – 2015

Christopher Adam Blackman, one of Gordon & Silber, P.C.’s most respected associates, lost his long and brave fight with cancer on August 1, 2015. Christopher, age 37, was as a veteran five year member of the G&S general liability team. He was known as a fine lawyer, who notwithstanding a gentle soul, zealously represented his clients in a professional manner while maintaining the utmost integrity and perseverance. He was hard working, friendly, humble and generally a great guy to work with. We will not ever forget his mischievous, smiling eyes and hearty laughter. One of the great pleasures of working with Chris was finding the great depth of his personality behind his professional exterior. His incredibly dry wit and sense of humor. His collegiate football career at Hamilton College. His prowess on the golf course, the ski slopes, running the marathon, his sailing. But nothing told more of Chris, the…Read More

Michael E. Gallay Joins Gordon & Silber as a Partner

G&S is pleased to announce that Michael E. Gallay has joined the firm as a partner. Michael is a graduate of Colgate University and Boston University School of Law. Following law school he was a trial attorney with the Brooklyn District Attorney’s office and subsequently tried cases for the New York City Law Department. He then focused on medical malpractice defense after joining Martin, Clearwater and Bell in 2000, where he became a partner in 2004.

Kathryn M. Walsh 1977-2014

Gordon & Silber, P.C. recently lost one of our most dedicated and admired associates. Kathryn M. Walsh, a member of the G&S medical malpractice team, lost her long and brave fight with cancer on September 24, 2014. Katy, as she was known to friends and associates, graced these halls with her incredible intelligence, hard work, kindness, loyalty, beauty and dogged determination since 2009. Katy was a literal tower of strength and humanity. Her office was always open to those who needed a friendly ear and she always made time for people regardless of the stresses and demands of her profession. She developed many close relationships not only with her fellow attorneys, but with the office and lobby staff whom she brought back coffee for and the night cleaners who she took time to get to know while working after hours. She was incredibly hard working, putting in long hours including…Read More