Lee J. Rubin joined the firm as an associate in 2017. While at the firm, Mr. Rubin has worked primarily on complex commercial litigation disputes.
Mr. Rubin received his B.A. from Boston University in 2012. He received his J.D. from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in 2016 where he concentrated in Business Law and Corporate Compliance and Risk Control, and served as staff editor for Cardozo’s Public Law, Policy, and Ethics Journal. While at Cardozo, Mr. Rubin participated in the Holocaust Restitution Claims Practicum, and interned in the legal departments of the Security Industry and Financial Market Association’s (SIFMA) Asset Management Group (AMG), and the New York Liquidation Bureau, and in the chambers of Commercial Division Justice Carolyn E. Demarest.
HIS COMMERCIAL AND CIVIL LITIGATION REPRESENTATIONS HAVE INCLUDED:
- Representing small businesses owners in Business Divorce matters;
- Representing an Aircraft Taxi Service in a Breach of Lease matter against a U.S. investment bank;
- Representing a theater production company in a breach of contract, tortious interference and defamation action against a former employee;
- Representing a German bank defrauded by U.S. investment banks;
- Representing a German bank in breach of contract actions against the trustees of various RMBS trusts;
- Representing a partnership seeking restitution for criminal fraud;
- Representing the heirs of a Jewish banker who sought restitution of a valuable piece of artwork that had been taken in a forced sale under Nazi persecution as a law student clinic intern.
Mr. Rubin was a contributor to the recently-released 2017 Supplement to Litigating the Business Divorce by Kurt Heyman and Melissa Donimirski.