James Grossman Arbitration
International Arbitration and Mediation Services
About James Grossman Arbitration
With decades of experience in business and securities law, James Grossman offers clients dedicated arbitration and mediation services. He helps resolve complex issues related to international and commercial law and serves as a member of the International Disputes and Large and Complex Commercial Disputes panels of the American Arbitration Association. James Grossman also sits on the Arbitration and Mediation Domain Name Panel of the World Intellectual Property Organization and has achieved successful client outcomes in a number of disputes related to intellectual property. Among his recent cases, he has worked on several matters relating to disputes between Chinese manufacturers and U.S. distributors or licensees relating to intellectual property issues as well as quality of goods delivered.
James Grossman completed his J.D. at Harvard Law School and practiced with the law firm now known as Buchalter Nemer in Los Angeles throughout the 1970s and 1980s. As chair of the firm’s Corporate Department, he provided general counsel services in global transactions such as international joint ventures, licensing agreements, and direct foreign investment as well as representing a major venture capital firm based in the UK in its US investments. In the early 1990s, Mr. Grossman served as chairman of the U.S. Foreign Claims Settlement Commission. Working under the appointment of President George H. W. Bush, he guided an international tribunal that handled the claims of U.S. citizens against other nations.