Public Service

  • 1991 – Local 867.   A major Federal ERISA and union fraud case under the Hon. Louis J. Freeh, the Hon. Michael B. Mukasey, and the Hon. Milton J. Pollack in the Federal District Court, Southern District.  The matter was Consolidated Local 867.  He was responsible for all investigations, identifying and attaching assets, and reconciliations of approximately 30,000 claims and disbursement of funds.  He interfaced with both the US Attorneys’ Office and the Department of Labor.  He served from 1991 to 1996. 
  • 1988 – Incorporates The Federal Law Enforcement Foundation, Inc.
    Cardinal Timothy Michael Dolan, Archbishop of New York, with Anthony Bergamo

    Cardinal Timothy Michael Dolan with Anthony Bergamo

    This qualified charitable Foundation was originally formed to provide financial support to the families of law enforcement officers killed in action, and those agents and their families suffering from serious illness or recovering from natural disasters. The Foundation has raised millions of dollars to fund numerous programs including: Fed Kids Daycare; Inner-City Drug Reduction; FBI Summer Camp for Inner-City Youths; NYPD Vest Fund; CEO Day; PBA Widows and Children Fund; DEA Widows and Children Fund; PAL Financial Assistance; Foreign law enforcement programs; a substantial Scholarship Program; and Heroes’ Night.

  • 2007 – New York State Commission for Sentencing Reform.  The mission was to review the current sentencing statutes, identify problems, analyze the effect on the probation, parole and prison systems, and to propose any appropriate modifications in a written report to be issued by December 2008.
  • 2008 – New York State Judicial Screening Committee, First Department, Manhattan and Bronx.  His responsibility was to identify, interview and recommend appropriate candidates for judicial appointments in Manhattan and the Bronx. 
  • 2008 – New York City Off Track Betting Corporation.  OTB had revenues in excess of $1 billion.  OTB operated 55 betting parlors, three teletheaters, a telephone betting room and eight restaurant/bar locations.  They had approximately 1350 employees. The operations were acquired by NYRA in 2010.
  • 2011 – State of New York Mortgage Agency.  Their mission is to provide funding for moderate to low income first-time home buyer occupied housing in New York.


 


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