Brian Rosner has substantial experience representing clients at trial and on appeal, having tried numerous complex civil and criminal matters in state and federal court, and briefed and argued hundreds of appeals, including appeals to the United States Supreme Court and the New York State Court of Appeals.
Mr. Rosner often represents senior executives in complex business and employment disputes, SEC securities fraud investigations and enforcement actions, and securities fraud lawsuits brought by class action plaintiffs. In addition, several federal courts have appointed Mr. Rosner to act as a receiver in receiverships created under the Commodity Exchange Act. As receiver, Mr. Rosner locates and recovers receivership assets, designs asset allocation plans and distributes assets to defrauded victims.
Mr. Rosner began his career with the New York County District Attorney's Office. Between 1975 and 1988, Mr. Rosner served as a Senior Trial Attorney in the Frauds Bureau, where he investigated and tried numerous cases, including complicated fraud and murder cases. Between 1978 and 1980, Mr. Rosner also served as a Supervising Attorney in the Appeals Bureau, where he drafted and argued more than 100 criminal appeals, many concerning novel legal issues.