Areas of Focus
Bruce Ginsberg is a deeply experienced litigator and problem solver. He draws on years of practical experience to preserve the value of his clients’ brands and protect their businesses when defending them against claims or pursuing a potential dispute.
Over the past 35 years at Davis+Gilbert, Bruce’s focus has centered on complex commercial litigation, business disputes and bankruptcy litigation for U.S. and international financial institutions and commercial entities of all sizes. He is currently defending a long-term client in bankruptcy-related adversary proceedings.
Clients rely on Bruce’s ability to assess real-world business affairs and provide constructive guidance when tackling complex litigation and dispute resolution challenges. His thought leadership has served as a valuable resource to industry think tanks and journalists.
As a young lawyer, Bruce practiced at a major international law firm, where he gained in-depth knowledge of sophisticated credit facilities and worked directly with the Federal Reserve. He then spent several years working for a real estate advisory firm and a major private bank, acquiring the experience he needed to support the Davis+Gilbert team in a client’s high-profile brokerage fee dispute. His analysis in that case established legal precedent in the New York appellate court and cut his client’s liability in half.
- Columbia University (J.D., 1978)
- Princeton University (A.B., magna cum laude, 1974)
- Fulbright Fellow
- New York