The College of the City of New York, B.S., Electrical Engineering
Emanuel Wittels is a legal assistant in our New York and New Jersey offices.
Mr. Wittels has experience as a legal assistant with diverse duties that include client intake, background case investigations, preparing pre-trial submissions, witness preparation, preparation of medical authorizations, retainers, and closing statements.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Wittels developed a broad and diversified business background. In England, he founded the Redifon Computer Division of Rediffusion, a top-ten British firm. In the United States, Mr. Wittels founded the Wordstream Division of Avionic Products. He created and designed the Wordstream Word Processing System used by major Banks, Insurance, and Fortune 500 companies. Also in the US, Mr. Wittels founded the Auragen Corp. featuring fault-tolerant computer systems. Mr. Wittels has also been associated with IBM, General Electric, and Bell Laboratories in various management and supervisory capacities including project management, software development, system design, and development.
Mr. Wittels studied theater at HB Studios in New York. He has written, produced, and directed two films, including a feature-length movie titled "Worlds on Fire." His work included playwriting, screenwriting, and acting, including scenes from Shakespeare’s Hamlet, The Tempest, Richard III, Arthur Miller’s Death of Salesman and View from the Bridge. Mr. Wittels earned a Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering from the College of the City of New York and has taken graduate courses at Columbia, Syracuse, and NYU. He is also a U.S. Navy veteran.
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