Kurt M.Gosselin

Associate

(T) 1.212.326.3645

Kurt Gosselin's practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, primarily involving financial products and financial institutions. He has worked on litigations in state and federal courts involving collateralized debt obligations (CDOs), credit default swaps (CDS), mortgage-backed securities (MBS), and benchmark rates. Kurt also regularly represents a major credit reporting agency in Fair Credit Reporting Act litigation.

Kurt maintains an active pro bono practice. He currently represents 14 plaintiffs on a Section 1983 claim against the state of New York for unsafe prison conditions arising out of a fire at Sing Sing Correctional Facility. He also has represented clients in asylum proceedings, including unaccompanied minors, on appeal of a criminal conviction in conjunction with the Office of the Appellate Defender, and has participated in the U.S. Department of Justice Clemency Initiative.

Prior to law school Kurt taught high school math and coached policy debate and mock trial in St. Louis as a Teach For America corps member.

Experience

  • Wells Fargo defends derivative and putative class action claims alleging wrongdoing with respect to 282 residential mortgage-backed securities trustsJones Day is defending Wells Fargo Bank, National Association in four derivative and putative class action lawsuits filed by institutional investors in 282 residential mortgage-backed securities trusts.
  • Wells Fargo obtains denial of class certification in RMBS trustee litigation alleging hundreds of millions of dollars in lossesJones Day represents Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., in a putative class action alleging hundreds of millions of dollars in classwide losses to investors on notes issued by two residential mortgage backed securities (RMBS) trusts for which Wells Fargo serves as trustee.
  • Additional Publications

    Publications Prior to Jones Day

    September 4, 2015
    Kurt Gosselin, Navigating the Policy Landscape to Bring Autonomous Vehicle Legislation to Your State, 2015 N.Y.U. J. Legis. & Pub. Pol'y Quorum 85 (2015).

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