I think through every angle of a matter and craft strategic, often creative approaches to help clients solve problems. I find it rewarding to combine and apply my intellect, legal knowledge, and economics background to defend clients’ interests and help them overcome challenging business issues.
Zack Freeman brings sharp critical thinking skills to his practice and works to help resolve cases proficiently and favorably. Always approaching tasks with an eye on the end goal of gaining optimal recoveries, he puts legal documents in context and determines the ultimate use for each one. Zack’s calculated methods boost the effectiveness to the legal team’s efforts.
With strong communication abilities, Zack takes the time to thoroughly study complicated concepts so he can best explain them to in plain English rather than legalese. Clients appreciate gaining an understanding of both the broad issues and the details so they can better follow legal strategies and feel more comfortable making decisions.
Prior to law school at New York University, Zack studied economics there as an undergrad and developed valuable skills in economic modeling, research, and analysis. As an attorney in the insurance recovery area of commercial litigation, he draws on this sense of business logic to calculate the ratios of potential recovery values versus the cost of the time and resources necessary to procure them.
Zack previously served as a legal intern at the Metropolitan Transportation Authority headquarters. In addition, he interned at the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General–Department of Law and Public Safety, working directly with then-Acting Attorney General John Hoffman.