Cory Mitchell Gray is a commercial litigator representing clients nationally in all aspects of commercial real estate, and commercial lending, litigation and counseling, including complex multi-party commercial actions, commercial tenancy disputes, loan workouts and foreclosures, business fraud and land use. Mr. Gray is a former special assistant district attorney in Manhattan and a former public defender in New Jersey. He has litigated in numerous states and foreign countries, and has handled cases from inception to trial (having tried numerous cases to verdict) to ultimate disposition in the U.S. and New Jersey Supreme Courts.
In addition, Mr. Gray has been an instructor at the Rutgers University Center for Government Services, Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning & Public Policy. He was counsel in Kensey v. United Jersey Bank, 306 N.J.Super. 540 (App. Div. 1997), a widely cited case now referenced in the Restatement (Third) of Agency.
Areas of Concentration
•Complex commercial litigation
•Real estate litigation
•Loan and factoring litigation, transactions and workouts
•Land use and planning
Articles, Publications, & Lectures
•Mentioned, The Best Blend of Practices: Greenberg Traurig Puts its Collective Brainpower to Work in New Jersey, New Jersey Law Journal, April 1, 2013
•Author, New Jersey's Sheriffs Are Not Entitled to a Selling Officer's Fee When a Mortgagor Redeems a Property, New Jersey Mortgage Lender, February 2004
•Co-author, Report of New York State Bar Association, Committee on Commercial and Federal Litigation Subcommittee on Teaching of Litigation, The Teaching of Litigation in Law School
•Co-author (with A.E. Satula), What Shaped Product Liability Law in 1989, Leader's Product Liability Law and Strategy, January and February, 1990
•Co-author (with A.E. Satula) Leader's Product Liability Law and Strategy, Looking Back on 1988 in Product Liability Law, January and February 1989
•Assisted in editing Byers on (New York) Civil Motions
•Presentation Author, Intellectual Property: Weapons in the Arsenal of Corporate Plaintiffs, for A.C.C.A.
•Assisted in preparation of presentation for New Jersey Bar Association on protection of proprietary corporate information and confidentiality agreements in litigation
•Co-prepared (with R. Sacks) A Practical Guide to Federal Court Rules and Procedures in New Jersey, National Business Institute, 1996
•Barrister, Richard J. Hughes Inn of Court
•Instructor, Land Use and Zoning, Rutgers University, Center for Government Services, Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy
•Writer, The Star-Ledger (Newark, NJ)
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