Carlos M. Calderón
Carlos M. Calderon, a native of Puerto Rico, has been litigating matters for plaintiffs as well as defendants since 1995. A graduate of the University of Puerto Rico, his native language is Spanish, which has helped him develop a very diverse clientele over the years. He graduated from the University of Connecticut School of Law in 1990 and worked as an Assistant District Attorney in Bronx County until 1995, specializing in white collar crime, arson, and corruption cases.
In 1995 he joined the firm of Brody & Fabiani and tried several cases on behalf of defendants in civil lawsuits. In 1996, he became a partner in Weisman & Calderon LLP, where he was the main trial attorney, and later Managing Partner until 2017.
Mr. Calderon has had a diverse practice, representing plaintiffs and defendants in civil suits, as well as having served as court evaluator, court appointed referee, guardian and trustee in Article 81 proceedings.
Currently, Carlos continues to represent both plaintiffs and defendants, utilizing the experience he has on each side as a valuable asset to analyze cases and advise his clients.
Carlos is a past President of the Bronx County Bar Association, as well as former Vice-President of the New York State Bar Association. He currently serves as a member of the board of the New York State Bar Torts and Insurance Law committee, as well as a member of the State Bar House of Delegates and Nominating Committee. He also remains active in the Bronx Bar Association.
J.D. , University of Connecticut School of Law, 1990
B.A., University of Puerto Rico School of Law, 1987
U.S. District Court-Eastern District, 2004
U.S. District Court-Southern District, 1994
Puerto Rican Bar Association
Member Since: 2000
New York State Trial Lawyers Association
Member Since: 1998
Bronx County Bar Association
Member Since: 1997
New York State Bar
Member Since: 1995