Jeffrey B. Morganroth is the managing partner of Morganroth & Morganroth, which he formed in January 1989 along with his father, Mayer Morganroth.
Mr. Morganroth has handled legal matters in virtually every practice area after joining and being trained by his father in the practice of law. Mr. Morganroth has extensive experience in numerous practice areas, including complex commercial litigation, intellectual property litigation, constitutional litigation, business matters, real estate matters, white collar criminal matters, employment and labor matters, corporate matters, securities litigation, family law matters, civil rights and discrimination matters, product liability litigation, insurance matters, professional malpractice matters, personal injury litigation and entertainment matters.
Mr. Morganroth has represented plaintiffs and defendants in matters in numerous different courts and jurisdictions as well as in arbitrations, mediations and appeals.
Mr. Morganroth served as lead trial counsel on behalf of Quicken Loans defending against an FLSA collective action brought in the case of Henry v. Quicken Loans in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan which resulted in a no cause verdict after a six week jury trial. Mr. Morganroth is currently defending against several other FLSA collective actions.
Mr. Morganroth has served as lead counsel or co-counsel with his father, Mayer Morganroth, on behalf of numerous high profile clients such as, for example, Quicken Loans, Daniel Gilbert, John Z. DeLorean, Dr. Jack Kevorkian, Mayor Coleman A. Young, Christine Beatty, U.S. Representative John Conyers, Edward J. Holland, Jr. and Chad Smith.
Mr. Morganroth earned his Bachelor's degree in English Literature from The University of Michigan with Distinction, and his Juris Doctor degree from Georgetown University Law Center, Cum Laude, where he also was a member of Law Review as an Associate Editor for The Tax Lawyer.
Mr. Morganroth is licensed to practice law in the States of Michigan and New York, and Washington, D.C. He has been admitted to practice in numerous federal courts and appellate courts as well as pro hac vice in many different states.
Mr. Morganroth is a member of Oakland County, New York, Washington, D.C. and the American Bar Associations, as well as the American Association for Justice and the National Trial Lawyer Association. Mr. Morganroth is rated "AV Preeminent" by Martindale-Hubbell/ LexisNexis, the highest possible rating in both legal ability and ethical standards.