As Chair of Kluger Kaplan’s Trust & Estate’s Litigation Practice Group, Bruce focuses his practice on litigation of probate, trust and guardianship disputes as well as commercial litigation, including corporate matters, securities, accountants’ liability and stockbroker liability and FiNRA arbitrations. He has become particularly recognized for his work in the areas of financial fraud, franchise disputes, probate, trust and guardianship disputes, company purchase and sale disputes, and life insurance coverage disputes.
Bruce’s early training as a certified public accountant piqued his interest in the complex financial fraud and probate cases that he handles for his clients. Given the technical financial issues in most of his cases, Bruce’s background enables him to more thoroughly understand the issues, more precisely examine witnesses and experts, and more zealously advance his client’s position.
Bruce is also extremely passionate about his clients and their cases. He immerses himself in each case, carefully considering the facts and issues in order to craft a winning strategy.