Jason D. Gerstein litigates complex commercial disputes for clients in a wide range of industries, including media and entertainment, accounting, private equity and finance, and real estate. He handles matters relating to corporate governance, professional/accountant liability, commercial contracts, and all other types of business litigations in state and federal courts across the country. In addition, Jason has considerable experience representing issuers, directors, and officers in securities fraud class actions.
Jason frequently represents accounting firms and other clients in proceedings before the US Securities and Exchange Commission, Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, Department of Justice, and other state and federal agencies.
Obtained dismissal of breach of fiduciary duty suit brought against an international commercial real estate services company in New York state court*
Represented Canadian creditors committee in the cross-border Nortel insolvency litigation; US and Canadian bankruptcy courts adopted the committee’s proposed pro rata allocation of $7.3 billion in global asset sale proceeds*
Obtained dismissal of unjust enrichment claim brought against a private investment firm in the Southern District of New York, which was subsequently affirmed by the Second Circuit Court of Appeals*
Obtained dismissal of tortious interference claim brought against a national accounting firm in the Southern District of New York*
Obtained summary judgment for limited partnership in litigation against its former general partner concerning fraudulently conceived commercial lease agreement*
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