Navarro has both litigation and transactional law experience. As a litigator he has advocated on behalf of numerous clients in family/divorce, criminal, civil, personal injury and municipal court cases. Currently he has received national media attention from the case State v. Larry Mckelvey that involves the alleged use of a stun gun on September 11 during a New York Jet’s football game. Additionally, he has drafted recording, producer, joint venture, publishing, licensing, confidentiality and online/new media agreements.
Most recently Navarro worked with Big Boi of the Outkast, T.I., renown producer Ty Fyffe, Sad Life BoysEntertainment, Young Boys, and recording artist West Philly Freck. He also has negotiated contracts with LL Cool J, Bad Boy Entertainment, MTV, Vh1, F.U.E.N.T.S, Ru1 Records and creates licensing opportunities for producers to have their music appear in television programs, video games, and films.
He has spoken about his experience on panels for the National Black Child Development Institute and at Bergen Community College. In 2008, Navarro’s achievements were recognized alongside Kevin Liles, David Mays, and Jon Shecter in Linda C. Tillman’s book entitled, “The Sage Handbook of African American Education.” Navarro is a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc., the Grammy Association, Golden Key Honor Society, Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society, and the Sigma Beta Delta Business Honor Society.
Navarro Gray, Attorney at Law graduated Magna Cum Laude with honors with a bachelor’s degree in marketing. Mr. Gray is also a graduate of Hofstra University School of Law located in Long Island, New York where he received his Juris Doctorate degree with a concentration in intellectual property.
While attending Hofstra, he held the position of President of the Sports and Entertainment Law Society and was the recipient of the Public Justice Foundation Award. To help fund his law school education, Navarro owned and operated a recording studio located in Hackensack, New Jersey.