Wade C. Wilkinson    

WADE C. WILKINSON earned his Juris Doctor from Albany Law School of Union University in 2005 (cum laude), and his B.A. in broadcast journalism from Ithaca College in 2001. While attending Albany Law School, Mr. Wilkinson worked as a research assistant to the late Professor Emeritus David D. Siegel, where he edited Professor Siegel’s two monthly publications, “Siegel’s Practice Review” and the “New York State Law Digest”, and the 4th edition of Professor Siegel’s New York Practice “horn book.” Mr. Wilkinson was a member of the Albany Law Review and Albany’s Moot Court program. While attending Ithaca College, Mr. Wilkinson played varsity soccer and was selected by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America as a member of the 2000 Academic All-America First-Team. Mr. Wilkinson is also an Eagle Scout. He is admitted to practice in the State Courts of New York, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York and the Second, Third and Ninth Circuit Courts of Appeals. He has extensive experience in complex litigation including consumer class actions, employment and labor class actions, contract disputes and real estate, general commercial and general liability litigation. Mr. Wilkinson’s experience working with Professor Siegel allowed him to play an important role in drafting an amendment to the CPLR relating to the scope of a subpoena duces tecum. Prior to joining Frazer & Feldman, LLP, Mr. Wilkinson was associated with several prominent New York firms where he gained extensive litigation experience in both federal and state court.


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