Administration and Economics
Bent Hall Room 427
Thomas D. Giordano is a full time Associate Professor of Business Law at the College of Professional Studies of St. John’s University. He earned a Juris Doctor degree from St. John's University School of Law and an accounting degree from St. John's University. He holds law licenses in New York, New Jersey, and Florida and is admitted to United States District Court (New York Eastern and Southern Districts). Professor Giordano’s professional experience includes real property transactions, estate planning, and civil and criminal appellate litigation.
Professor Giordano arbitrates civil cases for Nassau County District Court and securities and employment matters for Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. He also has served as a hearing officer for New York State Supreme Court and as an arbitrator for New York Stock Exchange, American Arbitration Association, Better Business Bureau, and trial courts in Queens and Suffolk Counties. Professor Giordano was recognized in 1988 by the Chief Judge of the State of New York for his outstanding service as a Nassau County District Court small claims arbitrator.
Professor Giordano’s writings include a book on litigating small claims cases in New York, a supplement to a widely-used college business law text, and law review and bar journal publications.
- Law and Business
- Legal Environment of the Workplace
- Topics of Business Law
- Business Litigation – Small Claims
- Inside the Courts of New York
- Corporation Law and Practice
- Probate and Estate Administration
- Patents, Trademarks, and Copyrights