Michele Hauser has been practicing law for over 20 years in New York City.
Ms. Hauser began her legal career by obtaining her Juris Doctor from Brooklyn Law School in 1986. She began as an associate in insurance defense practice, and then moved on to work for the United States District Court, Eastern District of New York.
Ms. Hauser has been practicing law privately in New York City since 1993. Her practice includes a wide range of civil and criminal litigation at trial and appellate levels in both state and federal courts. She has tried over a dozen felony jury trials, including violent crimes, economic crimes and sexual assaults. Ms. Hauser has also handled a number of appeals (civil, criminal and habeas litigation in both state and federal courts). The claimants she has represented range from securities and commercial arbitration, plaintiffs and defendants in commercial disputes ranging from possessory rights to property real estate and personal property to contractual rights, and plaintiffs as well as defendants in tort actions and Bankruptcy Court.
Ms. Hauser has also worked as a legal research and writing instructor at the New York Law School, and has assisted the Legal Aid Society as an arraignment supervisor. She has also been an associate and counsel in a commercial litigation office, where she drafted and argued substantive motions and appeals and assisted at trials and arbitrations, where she acquired experience in the Appellate Divisions, the federal trial and appellate courts, bankruptcy courts, the American Arbitration Association, and the Supreme Court. Ms. Hauser is of-counsel to The Blanch Law Firm.