Herzfeld & Rubin, P.C.125 Broad Street, New York, NY, 10004
Carl Grasso is a member of the firm and specializes in
complex civil litigation, including products liability, consumer
protection litigation, commercial litigation, personal injury
for both defense and plaintiff, insurance coverage declaratory
matters, and has litigated in such diverse areas as trusts and
estates, and election law. He also supervises nationally the
defense of products liability and toxic tort matters for major
manufacturers. He has received Martindale Hubbell’s highest
rating. He has been an arbitrator in Small Claims Court, New
York County, since 1995. He was admitted to the Bar of New York
in1980, and is admitted to practice in the U.S. Supreme Court,
the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, and the U.S.
District Courts for the Southern District and Eastern District
of New York. He is a member of The New York State Bar
Association, New York County Lawyers Association, American
Judges Association and Association of Arbitrators.
His published works include:
Co-author of “New York Trial Notebook,” James Publishing, Inc.,
2005 (reviewed by Paul D. Rheingold in the New York Law Journal,
May 17, 2006) (updated 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and
2013) (co-authors are Edward L. Birnbaum, Esq. and Hon. Ariel E.
Belen, formerly of the Appellate Division, Second Department,
now with JAMS)
Co-author of Chapter "The Medical Chart as Evidence" in
the Jones and Bartlett publication The Medical Record As A
Forensic Resource edited by Campion Quinn, M.D., 2004
Effective Direct and Cross-Examination, Chapter 5, First
Annual Civil Litigation Institute Course Handbook,
Practicing Law Institute, 1997
Military Justice Within the Reserve Components: A New Chapter
in RC Dealings and the UCMJ, The Army Lawyer, p. 64, Oct.,
The Statute of Limitations as Applied to Medical Malpractice
Actions Brought Under the Federal Tort Claims Act, 117
Military L. Rev. 1, 1987
He graduated from New York Law School cum laude in 1979, and
received a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from
Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn (now Polytechnic Institute of
New York University) in 1969.
After serving on active duty as a U.S. Army engineer officer,
including service in Vietnam, he retired from the U. S. Army
Reserve as a Colonel in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps in
1996. He received the Bronze Star in 1971 and the Legion of
Merit in 1996.
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