David Rosman is of counsel to the firm, and is a transactional real estate attorney, including commercial acquisitions, sales, leases and syndications; Mr. Rosman also has over 30 years experience as a trial and appellate litigator, primarily in contract, commercial and real estate matters, including unlawful detainers, and has extensive experience with alternative dispute resolution. Mr. Rosman has handled judicial foreclosures, as well as non-judicial foreclosures (with experienced trustee/foreclosure services), and has also worked with receivers.
Mr. Rosman taught general business law at the UCLA Extension program and Insurance Law at West Los Angeles School of Law, and serves as judge pro tempore on small claims appeals.
Mr. Rosman received his B.A. from Yale University, cum laude in 1975, and J.D. from UCLA School of Law in 1978. He is a member of the California and Los Angeles County Bar Associations. Published opinions include Abdul-Jabbar v. General Motors (Ninth Cir. 1996) 75 F.3d 1391. Mr. Rosman is the author of Without the Possibility of Parol, LOS ANGELES LAWYER, March 1998.
Mr. Rosman is admitted to the bar in California.