Moshe Boroosan is an associate in Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP’s Melville office, where he practices securities litigation on behalf of individual and institutional investors.
Prior to joining Robbins Geller, Boroosan worked at a Long Island-based litigation boutique, where he actively litigated complex commercial disputes and appeals in both state and federal courts. He also counseled large financial institutions on disputes involving Article 3 of the UCC and various consumer protection statutes. As a student, Boroosan worked for the St. Vincent de Paul Securities Arbitration Clinic, where he helped represent underserved investors in securities arbitration claims before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA).
Boroosan is an active member of the New York State Bar Association and the Nassau County Bar Association. In addition, Boroosan currently serves as an assistant editor for the NYLitigator magazine, a quarterly publication of the Commercial and Federal Litigation Section of the New York State Bar Association which features peer-written substantive articles relating to the practice of commercial and federal litigation.
Boroosan received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the Neveh Zion College in Telshe Stone, Israel. He received his Juris Doctor degree from St. John’s University School of Law, where he served as a senior staff member of the St. John’s Law Review and the Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, and was the president of the Jewish Law Students Association.
- St. John’s University School of Law, J.D., 2015
- Neveh Zion College, Telshe Stone, Israel, B.A., 2010
- New York
- New Jersey
- United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York
- New York State Bar Association, Member
- Nassau County Bar Association, Member
- NYLitigator, Assistant Editor
Mitchell J. Katz & Moshe O. Boroosan, The Business Theory of Diversity: How Diversity Improves Law Firms’ Bottom Lines, 23 NYLitigator 113 (Spring 2018).
Moshe O. Boroosan, Ordinary Unethical Behavior: Jewish Law, The Duty of Good Faith, and Abusive Return Practices, 55 J. Catholic L. Stud. 141 (2016).