Goldberg Segalla added three new associates to the law firm’s Workers’ Compensation Practice Group in New York City: Ross N. Eberight, Jonathan B. Marin, and Courtney M. Schott. All three focus on counseling and defending insurers, third-party administrators, and self-insured employers before the New York State Workers’ Compensation Board, and have earned reputations for outstanding preparation, attention to detail, and timely communication with clients.
In his practice, Ross also draws on significant public sector experience, including consumer law and civil service law, earned in legal externships and clerkships at the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs and the New York City Civil Service Commission. He also served as a volunteer associate with the New Jersey Attorney General, in the Professional Boards Counseling Section.
Jonathan joins Goldberg Segalla after representing clients including a major metropolitan transportation authority, a multinational insurance corporation, the world’s largest package delivery company, and a major home improvement supplies retailer. He has experience handling isolated workers’ compensation matters as well managing and analyzing high-volume caseloads for larger clients.
Before starting her legal career at a prominent Albany-area firm, Courtney distinguished herself at Syracuse University College of Law, serving as business editor of the Syracuse Law Review and earning recognition for trial technique and oral argumentation in competitions. She also served her community as a student attorney at the Syracuse University Securities and Arbitration Clinic and as a research assistant at the Burton Blatt Institute, an organization dedicated to advancing the civic, economic, and social participation of people with disabilities.