Marc D. Grossman is a distinguished attorney who has represented hundreds of injured clients in lead paint litigations, asbestos litigations, mold litigations, and thousands of victims of defective drugs and products. Mr. Grossman received recognition litigating the Vioxx cases in New Jersey Superior Court where he served as a liaison to the media as a member of the Vioxx PSC’s Public Relations Committee, and as a liaison for the Committee to many financial institutions and governmental agencies, offering a common voice for the hundreds of attorneys handling such cases and the tens of thousands of victims they represent. These efforts and the hard work of many other relentless attorneys ultimately led Merck to agree to one of the largest Civil Settlements in American History for $4.85 Billion. In December 2010, Marc Grossman was nominated and invited to join both The Board of Directors of the New York State Trial Lawyers Association and the Executive Committee of ATLA. Mr. Grossman is a member of the Leaders Forum of the American Association of Justice. Mr. Grossman has become well known as a speaker and host of approximately twenty educational seminars designed to educate victims, the medical community and other attorneys. Mr. Grossman has been quoted and has appeared in numerous local and national forums and in the media as a legal commentator and advocate of victims’ rights against the corporate greed that plagues our nation. Mr. Grossman graduated from University of Michigan in 1989, and soon after completed Brooklyn Law School and Baruch Business School’s J.D. /M.B.A program.
- The University of Michigan
- Brooklyn Law School, J.D.
- Baruch Business School’s, M.B.A.