Attorney Profile

Jason M. Kurland

Jason M. Kurland

Partner

Known as “The Lottery Lawyer,” Jason has represented many winners of the largest lottery jackpots in the country, including the $1.5 billion anonymous 2019 Mega Millions winner in South Carolina, the Rainbow Sherbert Trust, which won the $336.4 million Powerball jackpot in Rhode Island, the Putnam Avenue Family Trust, the high-profile winner of the Connecticut Powerball $254.2 million lottery; the Sea and Sand Trust, which took home the Powerball jackpot of $245.6 Million in New York, and The Ning Trust, which won the $121.6 million Powerball jackpot in Delaware in 2017.

As a partner in the Real Estate, Zoning & Land Use and Trusts & Estates Practice Groups, Jason also represents a number of clients in the sale, acquisition, joint venture and redevelopment of all types of commercial real estate, including office buildings, hotels, apartment buildings, industrial facilities, shopping centers and mixed-use developments.

Named one of the Top 40 Rising Stars in Business Under 40 by Long Island Business News, Jason’s practice also includes representing landlords and tenants in the leasing and subleasing of office, industrial, catering and retail space. He also lectures on the topic of commercial loan workouts. Jason was named as a Super Lawyer  in the Metro New York area for 2018.

Jason is on the Board of Directors of the Interfaith Nutrition Network, which addresses the issues of hunger and homelessness on Long Island by providing food, shelter, long-term housing, and supportive services in a dignified and respectful manner for those who seek help. He also serves as an Associate Board Member of the Association for a Better Long Island.

In July 2017, Jason was the goaltender for the Men’s Masters USA Ice Hockey Team, which won the Bronze Medal in the Maccabiah Games, played in Israel. He was one of more than 1,000 U.S. athletes competing with 10,000 athletes from around the world.

Uniondale
F: (516) 357-3333

926 RXR Plaza
Uniondale, NY 11556-0926

Bar Admission

New York

Bar Affiliations

Nassau County Bar Association

New York State Bar Association

Education

Hofstra University School of Law, Juris Doctor

Skidmore College, B.A., Business/Government

Jason M. Kurland

Partner

Known as “The Lottery Lawyer,” Jason has represented many winners of the largest lottery jackpots in the country, including the $1.5 billion anonymous 2019 Mega Millions winner in South Carolina, the Rainbow Sherbert Trust, which won the $336.4 million Powerball jackpot in Rhode Island, the Putnam Avenue Family Trust, the high-profile winner of the Connecticut Powerball $254.2 million lottery; the Sea and Sand Trust, which took home the Powerball jackpot of $245.6 Million in New York, and The Ning Trust, which won the $121.6 million Powerball jackpot in Delaware in 2017.

As a partner in the Real Estate, Zoning & Land Use and Trusts & Estates Practice Groups, Jason also represents a number of clients in the sale, acquisition, joint venture and redevelopment of all types of commercial real estate, including office buildings, hotels, apartment buildings, industrial facilities, shopping centers and mixed-use developments.

Named one of the Top 40 Rising Stars in Business Under 40 by Long Island Business News, Jason’s practice also includes representing landlords and tenants in the leasing and subleasing of office, industrial, catering and retail space. He also lectures on the topic of commercial loan workouts. Jason was named as a Super Lawyer  in the Metro New York area for 2018.

Jason is on the Board of Directors of the Interfaith Nutrition Network, which addresses the issues of hunger and homelessness on Long Island by providing food, shelter, long-term housing, and supportive services in a dignified and respectful manner for those who seek help. He also serves as an Associate Board Member of the Association for a Better Long Island.

In July 2017, Jason was the goaltender for the Men’s Masters USA Ice Hockey Team, which won the Bronze Medal in the Maccabiah Games, played in Israel. He was one of more than 1,000 U.S. athletes competing with 10,000 athletes from around the world.

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