Ross’s primary practice focuses on complex commercial litigation with a broad range of expertise in securities litigation, director and officer litigation, real estate and hospitality-related litigation, consumer litigation, and general complex commercial litigation. Ross’s real estate and hospitality-related litigation experience includes representing lenders, special servicers, borrowers, and receivers in commercial, lender-liability, and hospitality-related disputes nationwide.
With significant experience in bankruptcy-related matters, Ross also represents litigation trustees and creditors’ committees, pursuing claims against directors and officers and third parties in bankruptcy and federal district courts throughout the nation.
Ross also has expertise representing court-appointed receivers in actions initiated by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission and the Federal Trade Commission. He acts as counsel to receivers, assists in locating assets, and, when necessary, prosecutes claims against individuals and entities that may have participated in or received funds from the subject fraud. Consequently, he also has expertise in representing targets of these investigations and parties with interests in assets subject to receiverships. Ross also maintains a significant portion of his docket as trial counsel in shareholder disputes and securities-related matters.
Ross is an avid and competitive runner and has completed numerous marathons.