Jason Rubinstein brings nearly two decades of insurance recovery and strategic risk management advice to his client’s most significant insurance-related issues. He has extensive experience across various lines of insurance, including but not limited to general liability, product liability, environmental, directors and officers, property, errors and omissions, product recall, contaminated products, and automobile liability. His insurance experience spans an equally broad range of industries, ranging from manufacturing to pharmaceutical to venture capital to property management. His clients have included companies, post-bankruptcy trusts, bankruptcy committees, 501(c)(3) entities, and individuals.
In addition, Jason is an experienced commercial litigator who routinely operates in federal, state, and alternative dispute proceedings. Jason is a savvy advisor to clients regarding their business needs. He emphasizes creative, pragmatic, and tenacious approaches to efficiently achieving his client’s goals.
Jason also maintains an active pro bono practice at the firm. His pro bono representations have included matters such as: (1) securing hundreds of thousands of dollars for medical expenses associated with an automobile accident that resulted in catastrophic brain injury; (2) performing an insurance and risk management review of insurance portfolio and risk transfer mechanisms for a national organization related to historic preservation; (3) providing strategic insurance advice to a 501(c)(3) organization regarding COVID-19 related losses; (4) co-authoring an amicus curiae brief to the United States Supreme Court; and (5) advising low-income housing cooperatives on their insurance portfolios.
Jason also serves as chair of Gilbert LLP’s Loss Prevention and Evaluation Committees.
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