Mr. Gruber joined us in 1992 and continues to serve as
New York Litigation Counsel. He has developed a
diversified commercial litigation practice
representing public and private companies and individuals in
a wide a range of issues in litigation and dispute
An experienced litigator and accomplished trial attorney,
Mr. Gruber has crafted the legal strategy for a broad range
of civil cases and arbitrations. Mr. Gruber has represented
plaintiffs and defendants in various matters across a
spectrum of substantive areas, including commercial
disputes, business torts, partnership disputes, real estate,
construction, creditors’ rights including bankruptcy,
securities, telecommunications and general business law in
the federal and state trial and appellate courts and before
various arbitration panels, including the American
Arbitration Association and the National Association of
Securities Dealers. Mr. Gruber has also represented clients
before the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Mr. Gruber has also represented landlords, managing agents
and businesses in connection with the structuring and
negotiation of commercial real estate leases, as well as
litigation that has arisen out of, or in connection with,
Mr. Gruber has lectured for various professional groups and
organizations including the Nassau Academy of Law on points
of legal procedure and litigation.
He represents lenders and borrowers in a broad range of
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