James A. Rose

Partner

Practice Areas: Litigation Attorneys

Since 1998, James A. Rose has practiced law at Certilman Balin Adler & Hyman, LLP,  as a Partner in the Litigation Practice Group, where he represents clients in various matters including employment law and wage and hour litigation, restrictive covenant and non-compete cases, construction and engineering/architect design defect litigation, business, real estate and commercial litigation, and personal injury and medical/dental malpractice. Mr. Rose also acts as counsel to many companies in the tri-state area regarding contract negotiations, business issues and disputes. Having litigated cases in both federal and state courts, he has significant trial and appellate experience.

After graduating from Hofstra University in 1993, he went on to earn his law degree from the Touro Law Center in 1996. A member of the Law Review from 1995-96, Mr. Rose was the contributing author of “New York State Constitutional Decisions: 1994 Compilation” and “A Comparison and Analysis of the Federal Rules of Evidence and New York Evidentiary Law.” Mr. Rose has also served as a seminar speaker for the New York State Bar Association on topics including the collection and enforcement of money judgments.

Mr. Rose served on the Smithtown School District’s Industry Advisory Board and participated as a mentor in several different programs, including the LIKE (“Lawyers Involved in Kids’ Education”) program. He is a member of the Long Island Elite, a group of young professionals who give back to their community. He is a board member of New Ground, and provides pro bono advice, as needed, for some of the people served by that organization. He has served on the dinner committee for the Long Island Cares/Harry Chapin Food Bank.

In 2008, Touro College/Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center recognized Mr. Rose as a Public Service Attorney of the Year. A member of the New York State Trial Lawyers and Nassau County Bar Associations,Mr. Rose is admitted to practice in the State of New York, as well as the United States District Court, Eastern and Southern Districts.