Jason A. Grossman, Esq.
Jason A. Grossman is an accomplished litigator and business advisor with over 25 years of experience resolving complex commercial and real estate disputes at both the trial and appellate court levels. Jason is involved in all phases of litigation in a broad range of high stakes commercial matters, including complex contract and fraud cases, claims for breach of fiduciary duty, business divorces, corporate control disputes, restrictive covenant/non-compete/employment issues, real estate litigation, and construction/project litigation. Jason represents banks, developers, co-ops, condos, and commercial landlords/tenants in real estate matters, and counsels individual and corporate clients, including Fortune 500 companies, insurance carriers, hospitality groups, and tech startups in a wide variety of commercial matters. Jason also currently serves as outsourced General Counsel to several boards, companies, and other organizations.
Jason joined Turek Roth Grossman in 2014 as Partner and Chair of its Litigation Practice, after having developed his own particular expertise in litigation and dispute resolution during his over 20 years of Big Law experience, most recently as Managing Attorney of Latham & Watkins LLP.
- Commercial Litigation
- Real Estate Litigation
- Appellate Litigation
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Real Estate
- Juris Doctor, cum laude, Brooklyn Law School, 1995
- Bachelor of Science, cum laude, University at Albany, State University of New York, 1991
Bar and Court Admissions
- New York State Bar, 1996
- U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York
- U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York
- U.S. Court of Appeals, 2nd Circuit
- New York City Bar Association
- New York State Bar Association
- American Bar Association
- "Navigating Through the New York State & Federal Courts: Understanding the Practical Application of Civil Procedure", (Practising Law Institute 1999); (Second Edition - November 2000); (Third Edition - November 2001)
- "Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Amended to Achieve National Uniformity”, The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, March, 2001
- "Think Removal is Simple, Do You?", New York Law Journal, October 30, 2000
- "New York Enacts Legislation to Facilitate E-Commerce", The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, March, 2000
- "New York Procedures Changed: Commencement and Filing Made User-Friendly", The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, December, 1997