Wood Herron & Evans
Kurt L. Grossman was born in Youngstown, Ohio. He graduated cum laude in 1978 from University of Cincinnati with a BS in Electrical Engineering, and graduated with honors in 1981 from George Washington University Law School. Kurt served as a Technical Advisor to a Federal Appellate Judge from 1981 to 1983, after which he returned to Cincinnati. He practiced law for 30+ years, most as a Partner, with the Cincinnati patent/intellectual property law firm of Wood, Herron & Evans until retirement in 2014.
Kurt served on the Rights and Safety Committee of the Mayor’s Immigration Task Force, is Vice-President and Immigration Chair of the American Jewish Committee Cincinnati Region, is a member of the Immigration Task Force of the Catholic Diocese in Cincinnati, and is active with the Cincinnati Immigrant Dignity Coalition.
Kurt also serves as a Board member of the Jewish National Fund Ohio Valley, is an alum of the FBI Citizens Academy, tutors in Cincinnati Public Schools and at Scholar House/Brighton Center (Northern Kentucky), and collaborates with the Cincinnati Police Department and Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office on their policies in respect of foreign nationals. Kurt is also a member of Downtown Cincinnati, Inc. and the Downtown Residents Council.