In The News09.04.2019

Among ‘Best Lawyers in America,’ Retired Middletown Judge Man of Integrity, ‘Emotional Intelligence’

Cassandra Day
The Middletown Press

The Middletown Press profiled Retired Judge Robert L. Holzberg, chair of Pullman & Comley's Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) practice and co-chair of its Internal Investigations practice in a front page story on September 4, 2019.

“Being a good lawyer and a good judge is as much art as it is science," said Judge Holzberg. "A large part of our practice involves being rational, cold-hearted evaluations of facts, but also, at same time, consists of having empathy for individuals and trying to understand human nature.” 

“He has extraordinary emotional intelligence. He understands people. And while very intellectually bright, he also has compassion and common sense,” said retired Judge Lynda B. Munro, who worked with Holzberg while both presided over Superior Court at Middletown, and is also a current member of the ADR and Family Law practices at Pullman & Comley.  "He stands out as remarkable."

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