Anthony J. Milone joined Russo & Gould LLP after gaining invaluable experience and extensive knowledge as an assistant district attorney at the Kings County District Attorney's Office in Brooklyn, NY. As a former prosecutor, Anthony handled violent, non-violent, and vehicular misdemeanor and felony cases, drafted accusatory documents, determined appropriate charges, presented cases to the Grand Jury, cross-examined criminal defendants, and further investigated cases alongside the NYPD and Federal Postal Inspector. Anthony was also involved in the investigation in connection with the U-Haul truck homicide case covered by national news in February 2023. His experience includes all aspects of litigation, including discovery, motion practice, oral arguments, pre-trial hearings, trial, and other forms of court appearances. Anthony utilizes his prosecutorial experience and investigative tactics for fact-finding purposes and to address underlying criminal elements of civil claims brought against his clients.
Prior to law school, Anthony attended Sacred Heart University, where he was a NCAA Division I football player as a linebacker and two-time conference champion. Thereafter, Anthony attended and obtained his law degree at Roger Williams University School of Law in 2021, where he was an executive board member of the school's Moot Court team at the appellate level and property law teaching assistant. In his first year of law school, Anthony obtained $25,000.00 in scholarship funding for his law school after forming a student organization and connecting with the Justinian Law Society of Rhode Island comprising of members of the state bar of Italian-American descent.
In his spare time, Anthony enjoys physical training, golf, spending time with friends and family, trying different types of food, fundraising events, and other forms of social activities.
In Colonial Funding Network, Inc. v. Swift Health Care, Inc., et al., Index 654647/2016, Supreme Court, New York County, Jeremy Berman secured an order vacating a restraining notice on a company''s bank account and vacating an approximately 6-year-old default judgment upon which the restraining notice was based.
David Gould obtained a unanimous defense verdict in the Lenin A. Mejia and Ellen J. Mazariegos v. Mary Taylor and Brian C. Taylor case, Supreme Court Suffolk County Index Number 618336/2019 before Judge Alita V. Fields on February 16, 2024.
Partner, Cecil Floyd, Esq. and Senior Associate Attorney, Audrey D. Medd, Esq. recently were awarded a unanimous defense verdict in the matter of PUE, JAMES L. Et Al v. JIMMIE'S, INCORPORATED, NNH-CV21-6111850-S, venued in New Haven Superior Court, in the State of Connecticut and tried before Judge Karen Goodrow.