Jared Newman is an associate in Herrick’s Litigation Department, where he focuses on complex commercial litigation, often involving real estate related issues.

Jared has substantial experience representing real estate development, construction and hospitality clients in a broad range of matters, including disputes involving leasing agreements, purchase and sale agreements, management and operating agreements; and architect, contractor and subcontractor agreements. Jared’s experience also includes representing clients in shareholder litigation involving closely held corporations and breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty and fraud claims.

Jared has co-authored a number of New York Law Journal articles that analyze legal issues affecting the hospitality industry, such as arbitration and indemnification provisions in hotel management agreements, the proposed Marriott-Starwood merger and the protection of hotel guests’ personal data.

Jared is a 2009 cum laude graduate of Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, where he was the Editor in Chief of the Cardozo Public Law, Policy and Ethics Journal and part of the school's Regional II (New York) Championship Team in the 2009 National Trial Competition. Jared was the recipient of the Jacob Burns Medal, which is awarded at graduation to students who make an outstanding contribution to the law school.

Prior to joining Herrick, Jared was an associate at Pryor Cashman LLP.