Jeffrey Ephraim Glatt's practice focuses on complex commercial litigation. Ephraim has represented clients in a broad range of matters in both state and federal court, including insurance, real estate, contract, employment, financial, and procedural law.
Ephraim is recognized as a Rising Star by New York Metro Super Lawyers.
Ephraim has also published articles in numerous law journals, including New York Law Journal, Gonzaga Journal of International Law, Pace International Law Review, and Sports Lawyers Journal, and has lectured on various law topics, including the interplay between American and Jewish law.
- National Health Care Associates and affiliates in a litigation against major insurance companies, brokers, and other corporate entities arising out of a $90 million illegal and fraudulent workers’ compensation reinsurance scheme.
- Ascend Capital Group International and related entities in multiple litigations in both state and federal courts related to a long-running securities fraud scheme of a former joint investor.
- Various managers and officers of The Manhattan Club in litigation involving their management, ownership and sale of timeshare interests.
- Antarctica Capital and related entities in litigation related to the enforcement of a multimillion dollar promissory note.
- SRS Capital and its affiliates in litigation against a syndicator arising out of a fraudulent investment scheme marketed as a legitimate portfolio of short-term merchant-cash-advance investments.
- A commercial real estate investor in multi-jurisdiction litigations in a dispute concerning the ownership of a Long Island restaurant and its related trademarks. We successfully settled all litigations to protect the investor’s interests and trademarks.
- An entrepreneur in a lawsuit against an insurance company seeking defense costs for an underlying shareholder dispute over a $360 million sale of entrepreneur’s company.
- Sugar Hill Capital Partners in litigation related to the highly publicized purchase of the former Prospect Park Residence in Brooklyn.
- A hedge fund in a case against an investment bank involving breach of contract and fraud claims.
- TPG Capital and senior TPG partners, in bankruptcy proceedings and multiple state and federal court actions concerning TPG portfolio company Caesars Entertainment.
- A hedge fund defending a copyright-infringement suit.
- Harbinger Capital Partners, a prominent hedge fund and majority shareholder of LightSquared, in connection with adversary proceedings against LightSquared’s largest creditor in Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings. In one of those adversary proceedings, the bankruptcy court held, after a trial on the merits, that the creditor breached the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing and the creditor’s misconduct warranted equitable subordination of its interest.
- MBIA, one of the world’s largest monoline insurers, in litigation brought by 18 of the world’s largest banks seeking to overturn MBIA’s corporate restructuring which, with the approval of the New York Department of Insurance, established a separate company for MBIA’s municipal bond insurance business. After a several-week evidentiary proceeding, the New York Supreme Court upheld MBIA’s restructuring, and MBIA received $1.7 billion in cash and a $500 million line of credit for its municipal bond insurance business.
- Yeshiva Har Torah in a pro bono matter responding to a small group of families who resisted vaccinating their children for the measles. We successfully helped achieve a resolution that protected the health of everyone in the Yeshiva community in the face of a rapidly evolving and potentially dangerous medical situation.
- A pro bono client defending a fraud claim related to the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.