Cory Mitchell Gray
is a litigation shareholder representing real estate owners, operators and developers, and lenders in all aspects of commercial real estate litigation and counseling, including complex multi-party commercial actions, commercial tenancy disputes, distressed loans, UCC enforcement, and land use. He has litigated in more than 25 states and six foreign countries, has tried several dozen cases to verdict, and has handled cases before the US and New Jersey Supreme Courts. Mr. Gray was a special Assistant District Attorney in Manhattan. He is co-author of the New Jersey chapter of the ABA treatise Commercial Lending Law and he has also written on real estate litigation issues, judgment enforcement issues and federal procedure. Mr. Gray has taught at the Rutgers University Center for Government Services, Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning & Public Policy.
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