Mr. Gucovschi is the founder and managing partner of Gucovschi Law, PLLC. Upon graduating from Fordham Law School with cum laude honors, Mr. Gucovschi began his career litigating billion-dollar claims against the financial institutions that caused the 2008 financial crisis.
Known for his sharp analytical and advocacy skills, Mr. Gucovschi founded Gucovschi Law, PLLC with a single purpose: applying his high-stakes litigation skills to give a voice to the thousands of consumers and securities investors who are routinely abused by corporations which continue to believe that they are “too big to fail or too powerful to be stopped”.
Mr. Gucovschi received his Juris Doctorate from Fordham University School of Law. Bachelor of Arts (Political Science) and Associate of Arts (Judaic Studies), from Yeshiva University in NYC.
Benjamin A. Rozenshteyn’s experience spans from litigation and dispute resolution to business law. Before joining the Firm, Mr. Rozenshteyn worked at various law firms with a focus on international business law. Mr. Rozenshteyn spent months in Moscow, Russia immersing in Russian jurisprudence and generating contacts in the legal field. He helped form and advised numerous companies seeking to establish a foothold on the US market.
Mr. Rozenshteyn’s passion for law combined with his accoladed business experience helps give our clients the competitive advantage they need: whether that involves putting a deal together or protecting their interests when it falls apart. Mr. Rozenshteyn is a member of the New York City Bar as well as the Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts – New York.
Mr. Rozenshteyn received his Juris Doctorate from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. Executive Education, (Business Analytics) from Harvard Business School, Bachelor of Arts (Economics) and Associate of Arts (Judaic Studies), from Yeshiva University in NYC.