Herman Fleischman has 35 years of extensive experience in the practice of law. Herman graduated from Brooklyn Law School, NYU's Wagner School of Public Administration, and Brooklyn College. During law school, he interned for the New York County District Attorney's Office for 3 years, and while in graduate school, he interned at NYC's Housing and Development Administration. Upon graduation from law school, Herman worked for the Amalgamated Insurance Fund, arbitrating cases on behalf of labor union members and the Fund. He was then appointed a Special Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Justice System, and prosecuted criminal cases. Afterwards, Herman worked as a Special Counsel for the Willowbrook Developmental Center handling patient abuse cases. He then entered private practice with Ackerman, Salwen, & Glass, a firm handling medical malpractice matters, risk management, and general liability defense. During his time at Ackerman, Herman oversaw cases generated from 9 metropolitan hospitals, and lectured on medical malpractice and risk management to doctors, nurses, and staff.
Herman has been given the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization (BBYO)'s Man of the Year Award, appointed to B'nai B'rith District One Board of Governors, Coach of the Year by the North Merrick-North Bellmore National Basketball League, and active in the Brooklyn BBYO Alumni Association. He has served for more than 10 years as a BBYO youth advisor, Chairman and Vice-Chairman of the New York City BBYO Board of Directors, and Vice-Chairman of the Nassau-Suffolk Region BBYO Board of Directors. Herman was also a member of Lyceum Lodge of the Odd Fellows (IOOF) for more than 25 years.
Herman Fleischman is a member of the American Bar Association, New York State Bar Association, and the Brooklyn Bar Association.
Mr. Fleischman is admitted to practice law in the State of New York and the District of Columbia, the U. S. Tax Court, the U.S. Supreme Court, and the U.S. Eastern, Southern, Western, and Northern District Courts
Herman Fleischman lives in Merrick, New York, with his wife, Francine, and has three children and three grandchildren.