Profile

Jason Kosek is an attorney in Anderson Kill's New York office. He assists clients in a broad array of issues, including insurance coverage, regulatory, FCPA, labor law, negligence, nuisance, trespass, products liability and breach of contract, with a focus on construction and regulatory matters.

In construction matters, Jason has represented owners, general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and materialmen in all phases of business and construction matters, including liens, contract negotiation and disputes, construction defect litigation and transactional matters. He has experience in complex litigation matters, including defects, delays and design professional malpractice. His insurance coverage experience includes disputes over construction claims relating to additional insured status, Directors and Officers claims, and business interruption claims. Jason's recent articles address Mechanic’s Liens and an analysis of the insurance coverage implications stemming from the Surfside Condominium collapse.

In regulatory matters, Jason has represented clients served with SEC subpoenas and has extensive experience working with the Department of Justice in federal FCPA cases, as well as with federal and state regulators in antitrust cases.

Jason's insurance recovery experience includes drafting complaints seeking declaratory relief for policyholders; drafting and arguing discovery and summary judgment motions; drafting appellate briefs; and managing all aspects of litigation, including discovery and depositions.

While in law school, Jason was a Volunteer Student Intern with the United States Attorney's Office, Southern District of New York where he wrote appellate briefs for the Second Circuit as well as conducted research on plea agreements and mutual mistakes. He was Associate Editor of the Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law (Volume XX), as well the recipient of the Archibald R. Murray Public Service Award.

Memberships

Professional Memberships
National Stroke Association

Personal

Jason was a volunteer youth soccer coach for the All-American Soccer League from 2004-2016.

Speaking Engagements

Insurance Estoppel and Waiver Amid Conflicting Case Law: Safeguarding Coverage, Navigating Insurer’s and Insured’s Duties

Strafford Publications / March 25, 2024

Maximizing Insurance Recovery for Liability and Defect Claims in Construction

Anderson Kill / November 28, 2023

Pleading Into Coverage and the Duty to Defend: Strategies to Enhance Insurer Involvement

Strafford Publications / February 28, 2023

Publications

New York State Updates Prompt Payment Act

Anderson Kill Construction Industry Advisor / March 15, 2024

Property Owners Beware: Mechanic’s Liens May Tie Up Your Property, and The Law Varies From State to State

Anderson Kill Construction Industry Alert / November 21, 2023

Upcoming Corporate Transparency Act Imposes Stringent Federal Reporting Requirements on Most Small Businesses

Corporate & Finance Alert / August 29, 2023

Insurance Coverage Confusion: Unraveling the Impact of “Missing” Endorsements

Climate Change & Disaster Recovery Alert / July 26, 2023

A MECHANIC’S LIEN CAN BE A POWERFUL TOOL TO HELP CONTRACTORS GET PAID

Construction Industry Advisor / June 6, 2023

It’s Past Time to End the National Pastime’s Antitrust Exemption

Thomson Reuters - The Antitrust Counselor / May 22, 2023

COVERAGE FOR BUSINESS LOSSES FROM COVID-19 – A LOUISIANA APPELLATE COURT OPENS THE DOOR

Anderson Kill Policyholder Advisor / June 22, 2022

CLIMATE CHANGE AND DISASTER RECOVERY UPDATE

Climate change & disaster recovery alert / April 27, 2022

SURFSIDE CONDO COLLAPSE: A 360-DEGREE INSURANCE COVERAGE ANALYSIS

Journal of Emerging Issues in Litigation / February 28, 2022

WAS YOUR SHIPMENT STUCK IN THE SUEZ? YOUR INSURANCE POLICY MAY COVER THE LOSS

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / May 17, 2021

News

Super Lawyers Recognizes 16 Anderson Kill Attorneys in 2023

September 25, 2023

Health Care Co. Seeks Full Coverage For COVID Claims

October 11, 2022

Vermont Supreme Court rules that policyholder can seek coverage for “direct physical loss or damage” stemming from COVID-19

September 23, 2022

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Jason Kosek

Attorney , New York

Profile

Jason Kosek is an attorney in Anderson Kill's New York office. He assists clients in a broad array of issues, including insurance coverage, regulatory, FCPA, labor law, negligence, nuisance, trespass, products liability and breach of contract, with a focus on construction and regulatory matters.

In construction matters, Jason has represented owners, general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and materialmen in all phases of business and construction matters, including liens, contract negotiation and disputes, construction defect litigation and transactional matters. He has experience in complex litigation matters, including defects, delays and design professional malpractice. His insurance coverage experience includes disputes over construction claims relating to additional insured status, Directors and Officers claims, and business interruption claims. Jason's recent articles address Mechanic’s Liens and an analysis of the insurance coverage implications stemming from the Surfside Condominium collapse.

In regulatory matters, Jason has represented clients served with SEC subpoenas and has extensive experience working with the Department of Justice in federal FCPA cases, as well as with federal and state regulators in antitrust cases.

Jason's insurance recovery experience includes drafting complaints seeking declaratory relief for policyholders; drafting and arguing discovery and summary judgment motions; drafting appellate briefs; and managing all aspects of litigation, including discovery and depositions.

While in law school, Jason was a Volunteer Student Intern with the United States Attorney's Office, Southern District of New York where he wrote appellate briefs for the Second Circuit as well as conducted research on plea agreements and mutual mistakes. He was Associate Editor of the Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law (Volume XX), as well the recipient of the Archibald R. Murray Public Service Award.

Memberships

Professional Memberships
National Stroke Association

Personal

Jason was a volunteer youth soccer coach for the All-American Soccer League from 2004-2016.

Speaking Engagements

Insurance Estoppel and Waiver Amid Conflicting Case Law: Safeguarding Coverage, Navigating Insurer’s and Insured’s Duties

Strafford Publications / March 13, 2024

Maximizing Insurance Recovery for Liability and Defect Claims in Construction

Anderson Kill / November 28, 2023

Pleading Into Coverage and the Duty to Defend: Strategies to Enhance Insurer Involvement

Strafford Publications / February 23, 2023

Publications

New York State Updates Prompt Payment Act

Anderson Kill Construction Industry Advisor / March 15, 2024

Property Owners Beware: Mechanic’s Liens May Tie Up Your Property, and The Law Varies From State to State

Anderson Kill Construction Industry Alert / November 21, 2023

Upcoming Corporate Transparency Act Imposes Stringent Federal Reporting Requirements on Most Small Businesses

Corporate & Finance Alert / August 29, 2023

Insurance Coverage Confusion: Unraveling the Impact of “Missing” Endorsements

Climate Change & Disaster Recovery Alert / July 26, 2023

A MECHANIC’S LIEN CAN BE A POWERFUL TOOL TO HELP CONTRACTORS GET PAID

Construction Industry Advisor / June 6, 2023

It’s Past Time to End the National Pastime’s Antitrust Exemption

Thomson Reuters - The Antitrust Counselor / May 22, 2023

COVERAGE FOR BUSINESS LOSSES FROM COVID-19 – A LOUISIANA APPELLATE COURT OPENS THE DOOR

Anderson Kill Policyholder Advisor / June 22, 2022

CLIMATE CHANGE AND DISASTER RECOVERY UPDATE

Climate change & disaster recovery alert / April 27, 2022

SURFSIDE CONDO COLLAPSE: A 360-DEGREE INSURANCE COVERAGE ANALYSIS

Journal of Emerging Issues in Litigation / February 28, 2022

WAS YOUR SHIPMENT STUCK IN THE SUEZ? YOUR INSURANCE POLICY MAY COVER THE LOSS

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / May 17, 2021

News

Super Lawyers Recognizes 16 Anderson Kill Attorneys in 2023

September 25, 2023

Health Care Co. Seeks Full Coverage For COVID Claims

October 11, 2022

Vermont Supreme Court rules that policyholder can seek coverage for “direct physical loss or damage” stemming from COVID-19

September 23, 2022

Education
  • Fordham University School of Law, J.D.
  • Hofstra University, B.A.
Bar Admissions
  • New York
Court Admissions
  • United States District Court for the Southern District of New York
Awards & Honors
  • Super Lawyers: Rising Star 2023
Industry Group

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