Areas of Practice
- 2006 - J.D., University of Pennsylvania
- 2002 - B.A./B.B.A., with high distinction, University of Michigan
- District of Columbia
Bar & Court Admissions
- D.C. District Court
- Maryland District Court
- Washington, D.C.
Jason Rubinstein is an associate at Gilbert LLP. Mr. Rubinstein has worked on a variety of litigation and arbitration issues for clients, primarily concentrating on insurance coverage litigation and consultation. Mr. Rubinstein has experience with various lines of insurance, including general liability, property, directors and officers liability, errors and omissions, product recall, contaminated products, and automobile liability.
- Representing multiple 524(g) asbestos trusts in the pursuit of insurance coverage for the benefit of personal injury claimants.
- Representing a loan servicing company in securing insurance coverage under a Directors & Officers insurance policy.
- Representing a Fortune 500 food company in insurance litigation to secure coverage for claims arising from allegedly tainted peanut butter.
- Represented a major healthcare company in an arbitration with a multinational pharmaceutical manufacturer arising out of an indemnification dispute.
- Represented a major healthcare services provider in the adjustment and mediation of a large property loss and business interruption claim arising out of the shutdown and eventual closure of a pharmaceutical repackaging facility due to FDA compliance related issues.
- Represented two national construction companies in adjustment and negotiation of claims under home builders protective insurance policies for defense and indemnity costs arising from Chinese drywall claims.
- Represented an individual in pursuit of insurance coverage under personal automobile and excess insurance policies for defense and indemnification costs arising out of an automobile accident.
- Defended a mobile aggregator against indemnification claims made by a national telecommunications carrier arising out of civil lawsuits and state attorneys general investigations pertaining to unauthorized charges.
- Represented a pharmaceutical repackaging subsidiary of a major health care services provider in the adjustment and negotiation of a claim under a contaminated products insurance policy for losses arising out of an FDA-recommended recall of an entire production line of repackaged pharmaceutical products. Obtained settlement on terms very favorable to the client, notwithstanding numerous coverage and accounting issues raised by the insurers.
- Defended a Fortune 100 company in asbestos litigation in the Circuit Court For Baltimore City. The representation resulted in a summary judgment victory for the client.
- Represented a Fortune 500 construction company in insurance recovery actions against commercial general liability carriers in South Carolina federal court.
Mr. Rubinstein maintains an active pro bono practice at the firm. He is currently representing an individual in pursuit of permanent guardianship of two minor children.
Prior to joining Gilbert LLP, Mr. Rubinstein was an associate in the D.C. office of a large international law firm. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 2006. While in law school, Mr. Rubinstein earned a Certificate in Business and Public Policy from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and published an article entitled: Seniority Systems as a Potential Threat to Equal Employment Opportunity Harris v. Bekins Van Lines, 8 U. Pa.J. Lab. & Emp. l. 257 (2005). Mr. Rubinstein also interned for Judge Henry H. Kennedy, Jr., United States District Court for the District of Columbia. Mr. Rubinstein earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan Business School where he graduated with high distinction and was elected Phi Beta Kappa.
- A Recent Development in “Wage and Hour” Insurance, We've Got You Covered - Insurance Law Blog, May 23, 2013
- Insurance Coverage for Wage & Hour Claims Arising Out of Superstorm Sandy, We've Got You Covered - Insurance Law Blog, November 7, 2012
- Employing insurance: Coverage for employee wage-and-hour suits, Westlaw Journal Insurance Coverage, September 21, 2012
- Rethinking Common Wisdom Of 'Wage And Hour' Insurance, Law360, May 2012
- Settling A Securities Suit: 'Loss' Under D&O Policy?, Law360, January 27, 2009
- Seniority Systems as a Potential Threat to Equal Employment Opportunity - Harris v. Bekins Van Lines, U. Pa. Journal of Labor and Employment Law, 2005