Paul P. Reisman, Esq.
Paul P. Reisman is Vice President and New York State Counsel for Old Republic National Title Insurance Company.
He received a B.A. in Political Science, with a minor in English and Italian, from Iona College in 1983 and a J.D. from Pace University School of Law in 1988. He was admitted to the Connecticut Bar in December 1988 and admission to the New York Bar followed in January 1989. He was admitted to the United States District Court, Southern District of New York in October 1990.
He began his career in the title insurance industry as a title examiner in July 1983 for Ticor Title Guaranty Company in White Plains, New York. He began reading and closing titles in 1985. After spending two years as an independent examiner, reader and closer for various title companies and agents in White Plains, he joined the law firm of Golden, Wexler and Sarnese, P.C. in 1989 as a bank closing attorney. From 1990 through 1995 he was an associate attorney at the firm of Sirlin, Sirlin and Nolletti in Mamaroneck, New York. During this time he handled a substantial case load as plaintiffs counsel in mortgage foreclosure actions and he also headed the real estate closing department, representing various institutional lenders, sellers and purchasers.
From 1995 to 2000 Paul was a sole practitioner in his own law firm known as the Law Offices of Paul P. Reisman located in Mamaroneck, New York, handling real estate transactions, landlord-tenant matters and estate proceedings. He was also regularly appointed by the Supreme Court of Westchester County to serve as referee in foreclosure actions.
Paul served for 12 years as Vice President and Senior Counsel with Fidelity National Title Insurance Company’s NYC direct operation, where he was involved in handling all major New York real estate title and commercial closings, as well as multi-site national transactions. He has served as New York State Counsel for Old Republic National Title Insurance Company since 2011. He resides in Westchester County with his wife and four children.