Paige D. Bartholomew concentrates her commercial litigation practice in New York state and federal courts. She conducts legal research and analysis, drafts pleadings, motions and appeals, prepares discovery devices, and writes legal memoranda. Paige is also a frequent contributor to Farrell Fritz’s New York Commercial Division Practice blog.
Paige co-authored The Soda Ban or The Portion Cap Rule with one of her professors. She authored Seize First, Search Later: The Hunt for Digital Evidence (30 Touro L. Rev. 1027 (2014) and Floyd v. City of New York: When the Stop-and-Frisk Case Became the Judicial Reassignment Case for The Municipal Lawyer.
Paige’s previous experience includes a legal internship at Barket, Marion, Epstein& Kearon, LLP and a federal judicial clerkship externship for the Eastern District of New York.
- Siena College
- Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center