Bio & Press

Richard A. Solomon is a New York State trial attorney, author, adjunct professor, and weekly radio show host. He regularly appears on radio shows throughout the U.S. as an expert on small business legal and marketing issues.

Media Appearances


Fox Five's Good Day New York
News 12 Westchester's Daytime Edition
Channel 26's "The New Yorkers"

New York Radio

1010 WINS AM
WHPC 90.3 FM
WBAI 99.5 FM

Richard's nationwide radio interviews include WTOP in Washington D.C., WBBN in Chicago, and a variety of formats in Ohio, Illinois, Kansas, Michigan, Louisiana, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Florida, and Alabama. He has also appeared on the following syndicated shows: Wealth 102, the Stock Doctor, The Jane Silk Show, and Dayna Steele.

Radio Show

"Taking Care of Business" on 88.1 FM. Air times: Thursdays from 10-11 A.M. Websites: and

Radio Appearances

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Recent Publications

Winning in the New York Small Claims Courts, a Simple, Step-by-Step Guide for Everyone (ISBN 0971796505, Rescue Media 2002) 296 pages. (Available at Barnes & Noble retail stores in New York State, on, and on Dedicated Website:

"The Bonds of Trust: How to Establish a Good Relationship With Your Attorney" Limousine & Chauffeured Transportation Magazine ( February 2004, pages 94-95 (copy available on under "in the news")

Adjunct Professor

Long Island University/C.W. Post College - Continuing Education Department (

Frequent Lecturer

Georgetown University Law Center (small business legal and marketing issues)

Continuing Legal Education

Richard's course on small claims court has been approved by the New York State Office of Court Administration for 3 credits of continuing legal education for attorneys who are members of the New York State Bar.

Richard also teaches for the Nassau Academy of Law. and the New York City Bar Association.

Academic Background

Richard earned his J.D. degree from the Georgetown University Law Center and graduated Phi Beta Kappa with high honors from the State University of New York at Binghamton.

Websites (business consulting website) (Speeding Ticket Resource Center)

Academic Publications

Clearing the Air: Resolving the Asbestos Personal Injury Litigation Crisis, Fordham Environmental Law Report, Vol II, Summer 1991 Number 2. Pages 125-138.

Preparing Affordable Mass Tort Actions" Indoor Pollution Law Report, January 1992, Vol. 5, No. 8, page 1.

Computers Manage Toxic Torts, Indoor Pollution Law Report, February 1992, Vol. 5, No. 9, page 1.

How to Prepare for and Manage Mass Tort Actions, Leader's Product Liability Law and Strategy, January 1992, Vol. X, No. 7, p. 8.

Using Computers to Handle Mass Torts, Leader's Product Liability Law and Strategy, February 1992 Vol. X, No. 8, p. 3.

As the Dust Settles: Reflections on the New York and Nationwide Asbestos Litigation, Product Safety and Liability Reporter, June 23, 1991, Vol. 19, Number 25, pages 726-731.

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