Jeffrey Grossman is a trial lawyer who focuses his practice on complex litigation and regulatory matters within the fields of insurance, health care and construction. His practice primarily entails resolving disputes between private parties, as well as disputes involving industry and governmental regulators.
Jeff’s experience covers a broad spectrum of engagements in several industries and areas of law, including insurance, health care, construction, surety and fidelity, securities, general commercial litigation, professional liability and general negligence. He routinely handles cases in federal and state courts, and before arbitration tribunals.
Jeff represents national and international insurers and reinsurers, as well as receivers and creditors, in insurance rehabilitations and liquidations; complex matters involving coverage, bad faith, underwriting, insolvency and asset recovery; and related regulatory issues involving a myriad of insurance and reinsurance products.
He also represents health care institutions and providers in various regulatory matters and complex disputes between private parties and with federal and state agencies involving complex, high-stakes reimbursement or breach of contract claims; False Claims Act, Stark, Anti-kickback and other regulatory matters; managed care; ERISA; provider contracting; and alternative reimbursement structures.
Within the construction sector, Jeff represents sureties, general contractors, sub-contractors, developers, fabricators, manufacturers, suppliers, owners and construction professionals in complex claims involving payment disputes, default terminations, defective building products, defective workmanship, delayed performance, design errors or omissions, liquidated damages, lost productivity, lost profits, unforeseen site conditions, damages recovery, subrogation, complex bond form coverage disputes and surety/principal indemnity issues.
From 2010 through 2012, Jeff served as Stradley Ronon’s hiring partner, responsible for the recruiting, training and hiring of law school students and graduates.