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Mike Stern

Emeritus

Experience

Mike began at Round Table Group before New Year’s Eve, 1999. He joined the company as Senior Vice President of litigation services, managing cases and visiting law offices to make presentations and sell services. When Thomson Reuters bought Round Table Group, he came along with the purchase as a key employee. As VP, research, planning, and development of Congressional Information Service, Inc., which became a Lexis/Nexis subsidiary, Mike was in senior management. He led the firm’s business and market planning; corporate acquisitions; information product development, market testing and publishing. At Bowne of New York City, Inc, financial printing he introduced new typesetting and printing technology to assist the securities attorneys making public offerings. Mike also worked in business development for Forensic Technologies, Inc. (now FTI), Lason Systems and Personal Library Software. Additionally, Mike served as an enforcement attorney for the New York Regional Office of the S.E.C. before becoming a vice president and general counsel (The Flobert Company, Inc.).

Education

Mike graduated from Cornell University with a major in government and minors in economics and philosophy. He then graduated from New York University School of Law. After graduation, Mike took courses in data processing, Basic Assembler Language, systems analysis, programming, HTML and databases.

Bar Admissions

U.S. Supreme Court
U.S Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
U.S. District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York

Hobbies

A native New Yorker, Mike lives with his wife in Rockville, Maryland in the D.C. suburbs. Their daughter is a freshman at UMass Amherst in the honors animal science program. Their family takes advantage of the bounty of the area, restaurants, cultural attractions, and outdoor activities. They also vacation at beaches in Virginia (Chincoteague/Assateague) and Delaware (Lewes and Bethany Beach) and travel to New York, the Caribbean, and Europe, as the school year permits.