Elliot Ostrove joined Epstein, Arlen & Ostrove, LLC after practicing for more than... more
Elliot Ostrove joined Epstein, Arlen & Ostrove, LLC after practicing for more than 15 years in the complex commercial litigation department of a large regional law firm. He represents individuals and companies of all sizes in all aspects of commercial litigation in courts throughout the country, as well as in arbitration and mediation. He is the Chair of our Commercial Litigation Department wi... view profile
I am a partner in Rebenack, Aronow & Mascolo, a personal injury trial law firm. Ed,... more
I am a partner in Rebenack, Aronow & Mascolo, a personal injury trial law firm. Ed, Jay and I have been trying cases since the very beginning of our careers. We started RAM Law to provide individuals with the chance to get big firm experience and skilled representation in a small firm environment. RAM Law's partners are Certified Civil Trial Lawyers and experts in personal injury law. I... view profile
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