Zachary L. Grayson is a former trial attorney in the Special Operations Unit of the United States Commodity Futures Trading Commission in Washington, D.C., and a former litigation partner at Wolf, Block, Schorr and Solis-Cohen.
Zach has represented parties in some of the highest visibility litigation of the past decade and a half including the Hunt Brothers Silver Manipulation case, the multi-billion dollar tobacco growers settlement, the Swiss Bank Holocaust litigation, the Dead Sea Scroll copyright case, the multi-billion dollar CIGNA reorganization, multi-million dollar telecommunications slamming cases before the FCC, and the Pennhurst Contempt case.
In addition, Zach has tremendous expertise in insurance company insolvency matters and has served as lead trial counsel in what were, until recently, the two largest insurance company insolvency cases in Pennsylvania – the $200 million Corporate Life Insurance Company cases and the $350 million Physicians Insurance Company cases.
Zach has experience on both sides of the regulatory spectrum, having represented the four past Pennsylvania Insurance Commissioners, the Kentucky Attorney General, the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare, the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission as well as many private clients before various state insurance departments, public utility and telecommunications commissions, the F.C.C. the U.S. Attorneys Office, and state attorneys general across the country.
Zach currently serves on the Board of Directors of various educational and charitable organizations. Zach has litigated or directed the litigation of matters throughout Pennsylvania and in New York federal and state courts, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, Ohio, Texas, Virginia, Washington, Israel, Russia and the Isle of Man.
Contact Zachary Grayson
Contact Zach through the form below or find him on LinkedIn.