Aaron M. Schlossberg is an American Attorney in Manhattan who specializes in corporate and insurance law.  A published author and public speaker for many years, he is also proficient in several languages, including Spanish.  On May 16th, 2018, he appeared in a video that was shared on Social media where he accuses a Latino staff member at Fresh Kitchen of being undocumented and urged their manager to call ICE. 
Schlossberg was born and raised in the state of Pennsylvania.  He grew up in the city of Haverford for most his childhood and teenager years and is an alum at The Haverford School, where he attended from 1983-1994.  Since he was a young child, he showed excellence in academia and other intellectual pursuits and was given the Cum laude society honors for his achievements. 
After high school, he moved to Baltimore where he attended The Johns Hopkins University.  He received his Bachelor's degree in English literature in 1998.  He made the Dean's List numerous times. He was a part of the Johns Hopkins News-Letter as a Stff Writer. 
He was a member of Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity. 
After graduating from Johns Hopkins, he attended The George Washington University Law School where he earned his Juris Doctor in Law in 2002.  He was a part of the Trial Court and Moot Court club. He was also a part of a Legal Clinic and Trial Advocacy. 
After University, he was a Judicial Law Clerk to The Honorable John A. Peterson, Jr., J.S.C. for the New Jersey Superior Court.  He drafted judicial opinions and recommended suit disposition. He also mediated commercial disputes. 
He was an Associate Attorney for The Law Offices of Michael A. Haskel and later on at Ohrenstein & Brown, LLP. 
He later worked at Havkins Rosenfeld Ritzert & Varriale, LLP, as an Associate for several years, from: 2005 - 2012. 
The Law Office of Aaron M. Schlossberg, Esq., P.L.L.C.
In 2012, Schlossberg opened his own firm in Midtown, Manhattan. He
represents and advises companies and individuals in complex commercial matters.  Aaron Schlossberg focuses on insurance coverage matters involving corporate clients, entrepreneurs and individual policyholders. Mr. Schlossberg drafts and negotiates high-level contract documents and appears frequently in state and federal courts throughout New York State. 
On May 17, 2018, the New York State Bar Association stated that Schlossberg was not a member of the state's bar. This was in response to a petition requesting for Schlossberg to be disbarred, which received over 33,000 digital signatures.
In The Media
On the morning of Wednesday, May 16, 2018, Schlossberg was captured on video camera arguing with a manager of Fresh Kitchen in Manhattan regarding the use of the Spanish language by the Latino staff workers to communicate with other customers.  He goes on to say several fiery comments to one of the Latino workers concerning their citizenship in the United States. The video was shared on Social media and has since been shared throughout other mediums. 
Schlossberg went on to say the following comments:
Every person I listen to—he's speaking it, she's speaking it. This is America...Your clients and your staff are speaking Spanish to staff when they should be speaking English...My guess is they're undocumented, so my next call is to ICE to have each one of them taken out of my country. If they have the balls to come here and live off my money—I pay for their welfare. I pay for their ability to be here. 
He eventually walks away leaving the Latino staff worker angry, who then shouted expletives.  The video was shared on Twitter which then got the attention of Shaun King who helped in making it go viral. 
Reaction & Apology
On May 22, 2018, he tweeted an apology:
To the people I insulted, I apologize. Seeing myself online opened my eyes - the manner in which I expressed myself is unacceptable and is not the person I am. I see my words and actions hurt people, and for that I am deeply sorry. While people should be able to express themselves freely, they should do so calmly and respectfully. What the video did not convey is the real me. I am not racist. One of the reasons I moved to New York is precisely because of the remarkable diversity offered in this wonderful city. I love those country and this city, in part because of immigrants and the diversity of cultures immigrants bring to this country. Again, my sincerest apologies to anyone and everyone I hurt. Thank you.