Marisa Glassman is an attorney in the firm’s Complex Litigation Group. Her practice focuses on complex litigation, class actions, and consumer protection. She works out of the Tampa office.
Ms. Glassman represents plaintiffs in a wide variety of cases. She has held a lead role in state and federal class actions, and obtained significant recoveries for class members in many cases. Ms. Glassman is currently co-liaison counsel for consumer plaintiffs in the Arby’s Restaurant Group, Inc. Data Security Litigation. She is a zealous advocate and is committed to obtaining justice for her clients.
Ms. Glassman was selected and invited to be a member of The National Trial Lawyers: Top 40 Under 40 – an invitation-only professional organization comprised of America’s top trial attorneys 40 years of age and under. She is also a member of the American Association of Justice and Hillsborough County Bar Association.
Ms. Glassman has presented on emerging topics in class action litigation. These presentations include:
- Harris Martin’s MDL Conference: "Equifax Data Breach: What Happened? Who Was Impacted? What Are the Damages?"
- HB Litigation Conference: "Mass Tort Med School + Class Actions: Class Remedies"
Previously, Ms. Glassman was an associate with Sullivan & Cromwell LLP in New York, where she had a wide-ranging civil litigation and regulatory enforcement practice.
Ms. Glassman graduated magna cum laude from Georgetown University, where she received a degree in International Politics. Ms. Glassman received her law degree from Rutgers School of Law—Newark. During law school she excelled as a Norman Samuels Fellow, Kinoy/Stavis Fellow, and a Dean’s Merit Scholar. Ms. Glassman acted as the business editor for the Rutgers Law Review and as a Legal Research and Writing Teaching Assistant. She graduated magna cum laude, Order of the Coif, and was also awarded for Outstanding Scholastic Achievement.
Following law school, Ms. Glassman served as a law clerk to the Honorable Virginia Long, New Jersey Supreme Court.
Ms. Glassman is licensed to practice in Florida, New York, and New Jersey.
In re: Arby’s Restaurant Group, Inc. Data Security Litigation (Case No. 1:17-CV-10354-AT N.D. Ga.): Co-liaison counsel for consumer plaintiffs in payment card data breach litigation.
Walters v. Kimpton Hotel and Restaurant Group (Case No. 3:16-cv-05387-VC N.D. Cal.): Counsel for consumer plaintiffs in payment card data breach litigation.
Raymond v. Zara USA Inc. (Case No.: 2017-003618-CA-01 11th Judicial Circuit Florida): Appointed class counsel for class action settlement.
Krafczek v. Cablevision Systems Corp. and Altice USA (Case No. 17-cv-02915-JMA E.D.N.Y): Counsel for consumer plaintiffs in cancellation fees litigation.
Mecca v. Target Recovery & Transport Inc. and Seven One Seven Parking Enterprises (Case No. 16-CA-007780 13th Judicial Circuit Florida): Class counsel for consumers in towing fees litigation.
Albert v. School Board of Manatee County, Florida (Case No. 17-CA-004113 12th Judicial Circuit Florida): Counsel for plaintiffs in W-2 data disclosure litigation.
- Class Action
- Complex Litigation
- Georgetown University (B.A.)
- Rutgers School of Law—Newark (J.D.)
- The Florida Bar
- The New York Bar
- The New Jersey Bar