Jack crafts sophisticated litigation and appellate strategies that ensure his clients are best positioned through every phases of the process.

Jack has, over his decade-plus of litigation experience, developed valuable legal acumen and a keen ability to articulate arguments, both of which he brings to bear on complex and high exposure insurance defense cases and commercial matters. His direct writing style and pragmatic problem-solving approach lend clients confidence in both his briefs and his case assessments.

Jack honed his skilled approach while litigating a wide variety of commercial disputes for both plaintiffs and defendants, and is adept at thinking one step ahead, identifying key case issues to preemptively address challenges.

Jack worked for a time as a communications consultant at the polling and consulting firm Luntz Global, where he helped entertainment, energy, health care and political clients sharpen messages for public appeal. His unique combination of intellectual rigor and forceful storytelling reframes disputes to highlight his clients’ strongest points while isolating his adversaries’ weaknesses. His writing on appellate issues has been published in the New York Law Journal.

Before joining Shaub, Ahmuty, Citrin & Spratt, Jack practiced international commercial and bankruptcy litigation at an AmLaw 100 firm and two boutique litigation firms.


Abedin v. Roadtex Transportation Corp., __ A.D.3d __ (2d Dep’t, Nov. 11, 2020) (obtaining reversal of order precluding social media discovery from Instagram, Facebook and Snapchat accounts and last known addresses and phone numbers of three of infant plaintiff’s friends in case involving claims of wrongful death and emotional distress/zone of danger, with accompanying claim of “$12,000,000 in expenses for psychotherapy and psychopharmacological medication throughout [infant plaintiff’s] lifetime”)



Northwestern University School of Law, J.D., 2007

University of Notre Dame, B.A., 2004


  • New York, 2008
  • U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, 2008
  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York, 2008
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