Robert Gross, Esq.

Jurisdictions Admitted:
• New York
• Florida
• Southern District of NY
• Eastern District of NY

Bar Associations:
• American Bar Association
• New York Bar Association
• Bronx Bar Assocation
• Bronx Family Bar Association
• New York County Lawyers Association
• Florida Bar Association

Robert A. Gross, a New York native and resident, is a United States Marine Corps veteran who started his career in law working as a New York City police officer in the NYPD’s Community Policing and Intelligence Units. He went on to receive his undergraduate degree in English Literature from the State University of New York.  Robert Gross then attended the Benjamin Cardozo School of Law where he earned his Juris Doctorate.

During law school, Robert Gross served as a law clerk for the Honorable Cheryl L. Pollak, United States Magistrate Judge for the Eastern District of New York. In addition, he interned at both the Manhattan District Attorney’s office and the Westchester County District Attorney’s Office. This experience provided Robert Gross with a solid foundation in his courtroom skills and case formulation.

After completing law school, Robert Gross further honed his legal skills in his work at as a Prosecutor at the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office. During the four years he prosecuted cases in the Miami-Dade District, he tried more than 40 jury trials. In addition, he handled more than 1,000 adult and juvenile misdemeanor and felony cases including DWI, Insurance and Medicare Fraud, Organized Crime, White Collar Crimes, Domestic Violence, Cyber Crimes, Sex Crimes, and more.

Robert Gross served as the lead prosecuting attorney in the highly sensationalized “Orange Man” case in Miami. This capital punishment case involved an individual charged with numerous violent felonies committed during a significant period of time. Robert Gross successfully navigated this widely publicized case with the press while he achieved the directive of the Attorney General. He is a skilled prosecutor and brings this experience to criminal defense.

Robert Gross left the State Attorney’s Office after Investigative Group International, a Washington, DC firm, named him as Senior Case Manager. In this position, he provided support for both civil and criminal cases involving corporations and high net worth clients. In addition, he handled internal corporate and complex white collar investigations. Robert Gross also acted as an Administrative Law Judge with the Taxi and Limousine Commission.