Attorney Michael C. Conway is experienced in Trial Practice, Personal Injury Litigation, Commercial Litigation, Insurance Defense Litigation, Subrogation, No-Fault and SUM/UM coverage issues.
Mr. Conway has performed all phases of litigation, from case inception to trial, for many private clients who have been seriously injured. Due to his experience in handling individuals that have been exposed to legionella bacteria, Mr. Conway has also been called upon by local media outlets to comment on area Legionnaires’ Disease outbreaks.
On the defense side, Attorney Conway has worked for Utica First Insurance Company, New York Central Mutual, Esurance, Frontier Insurance Company in Rehabilitation and The New York State Insurance Department, Liquidation Bureau. He also provides Subrogation representation in property damage matters. While working for another Capital Region firm (prior to the formation of Harris, Conway & Donovan, PLLC), Mr. Conway worked on the multi-state tobacco litigation brought against multiple tobacco companies by the New York State Attorney General.
Mr. Conway has been the Village Justice in the Village of Nassau, Rensselaer County, since 2002 and Town Justice in the Town of Nassau since 2011. He has also been appointed to sit as an Acting City Court Judge in the Cities of Troy, Albany and Rensselaer. Mr. Conway was also selected as a Mediator for the Assisted Mediation Program for the Federal District Court for the Northern District of New York.
In the Fall of 2005 and 2009, Mr. Conway lectured on aspects of Civil Trial Practice with a local panel for the New York State Bar Association. In 2010, he was asked to testify before a committee exploring legal services and funding for low-income New Yorkers at the New York State Court of Appeals. In 2011, he lectured on property damage litigation for the New York State Bar Association.
In 2019, Mr. Conway was nominated as a Top Rated Personal Injury Attorney in Albany, NY, by Super Lawyers.
Mr. Conway and his wife, Denise, live in East Nassau, NY, with their two children.