Bruce Rosen has joined Pashman Stein Walder Hayden as a partner in the firm’s litigation, media law and crisis management practice, as of Feb. 7.
“Bruce has an exceptional reputation for his work in First Amendment litigation and other complex matters and is known as being a tireless advocate for his clients,” said firm Chair and Managing Partner Michael Stein in a prepared statement. “We are confident that Bruce’s arrival will enhance the capabilities we offer to our clients across a variety of industries. Our deep bench of experienced attorneys will allow him to seamlessly integrate his multifaceted practice while continuing to deliver top-tier service.”
Rosen has more than three decades experience in high profile First Amendment matters, commercial litigation and criminal defense, and according to the firm is nationally recognized for his work defending news organizations.
Rosen has successfully argued numerous cases before the New Jersey Supreme Court and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second and Third Circuits.
Clients tap him to manage complex commercial matters and he has niche experience working with clients in the petroleum industry. Rosen also offers strategic crisis management counsel on sensitive issues.
“Pashman Stein has a tremendous team of lawyers, many of whom I have known and worked with for years, who are dedicated to providing their clients with the highest level of service, and I am pleased to be joining such a well-respected firm,” Rosen said.
In addition to joining the firm’s litigation, media law and crisis management practice, Rosen will be a member of the firm’s Petroleum Marketing Practice Act group and the investigations, privacy and information governance, criminal defense and employment litigation practices.