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Grossman LLP is a boutique litigation law firm representing individual and corporate clients in a wide range of matters, including art law, complex commercial disputes, and securities litigation.

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
Grossman LLP Defeats Attempt to Dismiss Defamation Claim by Art Dealer Against Major Art Gallery
Last month, the Grossman team prevailed in defending a prominent art dealer’s complaint against a gallery’s motion to dismiss.

Grossman LLP Defeats Summary Judgment In Securities Fraud Case Arising from Ticket-Resale Ponzi Scheme
In a major win for investors with losses totalling over $5.5 million, Grossman LLP defeated summary judgment in a securities fraud case arising from a Ponzi scheme involving the resale of tickets to high-profile events like the Broadway musical "Hamilton."

Grossman LLP Adds Two Accomplished Attorneys to Its Team
Grossman LLP is pleased to announce that Webster D. McBride has joined the Firm as Counsel and Maria Angela Brusco has joined the Firm as an Associate.

Grossman LLP Wins Summary Judgment In Dispute Over Chagall Painting Caught Up In Chowaiki Scandal
In a major win, Grossman LLP has obtained summary judgment for our client in a long-running title dispute involving a Marc Chagall painting that was part of the fraudulent schemes of disgraced art dealer Ezra Chowaiki.

Grossman LLP Attorney Kate Lucas Lectures on Art Law As A Guest Lecturer at Duke Kunshan University
In late February, Grossman LLP’s Kate Lucas talked to undergraduate students at Duke Kunshan University about her work in art law.  

Grossman LLP Team Obtains—and Collects—$3 Million Judgment In Art Fraud Case
The team at Grossman LLP has just recovered $3 million in satisfaction of a judgment that the firm obtained for an art collector defrauded by an art dealer in connection with the sale of a Pablo Picasso painting. 

Grossman LLP Obtains Complete Dismissal With Prejudice of Lawsuit by Former NBCUniversal Head Alleging Sale of Rothko Forgery
This week, the Grossman LLP team obtained a complete dismissal of a lawsuit filed by NBCUniversal executive Ron Meyer against art dealer Susan Seidel.  Meyer’s claims focused on a 2001 art deal involving a painting, purportedly by famed abstract expressionist Mark Rothko, which turned out to be a forgery.   

In Suit Over George Washington Portrait by Gilbert Stuart, Grossman LLP Obtains Dismissal of Collector's Claims Against Hirschl & Adler Galleries
‚ÄčThis week, the litigation team at Grossman LLP achieved a win for the Hirschl & Adler Galleries and its director in a suit arising out of the sale of a Gilbert Stuart portrait of George Washington.