Since its inception, RoseWaldorf has offered the highest level of representation to multi-national corporations while retaining the feel of a smaller firm.
RoseWaldorf’s practice focuses on successfully representing many of the largest foreign and domestic automotive manufacturers and distributors as trial counsel in both state and federal courts, as well as other forums. The firm prides itself on offering the highest quality of representation often associated with “BigLaw” firms, but with the collegial, team environment often found in a smaller firm. Several attorneys, including partners, as well as staff have been with the firm for their entire careers. Many staff members have sought out opportunities for growth and have taken increased roles of responsibility as they have developed at the firm.
For attorneys, RW provides mentoring programs for associates with the goal of creating successful trial attorneys.Given the high volume of cases and wide range of jurisdictions in which the firm practices, we offer a unique opportunity to gain extensive courtroom experience, and in turn, the necessary confidence that is required to become a successful trial attorney. With the guidance of a mentor, associates become involved in all stages of civil litigation, and quickly have the opportunity to be in court and also present cases in a variety of arbitration forums.
RoseWaldorf is committed to developing the RW team—a view that all attorneys and staff are colleagues, not competitors; that when individuals succeed, the clients and the firm succeed; and that a positive, collegial work environment results in the retention, development, and success of all team members.
RoseWaldorf offers a generous compensation and benefit package, with attorney salaries that are highly competitive with much larger firms on both Coasts. RW also annually provides bonus consideration for all employees based on performance. For attorneys, associates at RW are not confined to a rigid salary structure that fails to account for or reward individual and team performance. RW seeks to compensate and reward its attorneys based on merit rather than solely by hierarchy.
RW also offers several benefits:
For attorneys, RW covers the cost of all bar exams or bar applications to additional jurisdictions after joining the Firm in order to become a multi-licensed practitioner. RW also covers the cost of CLE and annual license/registration fees to maintain bar licensure in all state and federal courts.
Albany, New York
RoseWaldorf PLLC is based in Albany, New York, the capital of the Empire State and the larger Capital Region. Located just north of the Catskill Mountains and just south of the Adirondack Park’s 6.1 million acres of lakes, old-growth forests, and the 46 High Peaks, the area is perfect for those who love the outdoors and all four seasons.
First settled in 1614 and officially chartered as a city in 1686, Albany remains the longest continuously-chartered city in the United States and one of the oldest remaining settlements from the original 13 colonies. As a result the Albany area is home to a wealth of historical and cultural attractions, including museums and memorials, historic sites and landmarks, and historic architecture.
The Albany area is also at the center of Tech Valley, with numerous colleges and universities. It boasts a wide variety of entertainment venues including music, theater, and much more. The area offers numerous sports venues such as minor league baseball and hockey, as well as the historic and world-famous Saratoga Race Track. Albany is also conveniently located between New York City, Boston, and Montreal, offering plenty of opportunity to take in all the sights and sounds that make each city a unique destination.
The Albany office is very accessible, located just a few minutes from downtown Albany and very close to the Albany International Airport. Due to its convenient location, the office offers a short commute to both city life or the quiet of the country.
Long Beach, California
RoseWaldorf LLP is based in Long Beach, California. This coastal city is located in southern Los Angeles County, with an average yearly climate of 74 degrees and a westerly sea breeze which cools the city on even the warmest of days. Long Beach is the 7th most populous city in California with one of the state’s largest public universities, California State Long Beach.
After being incorporated in 1897, Long Beach was developed into a seaside resort town. Prior to World War II, the city served as an escape from the Los Angeles scene for some of Hollywood's most elite. By the 1940s, the city quickly industrialized to assist in the wartime effort, giving rise to what is now the second largest port in the United States.
The city is known for its waterfront which includes miles of pristine beach line, activities like surfing, parasailing, boating, kayaking and charter fishing, and attractions like the RMS Queen Mary, the Aquarium of the Pacific, ferries to Catalina Island, along with a number of beachfront music and art festivals. The city proudly hosts The Grand Prix of Long Beach, an annual IndyCar and street race which has operated since 1975.
The Long Beach office is located in the downtown area known for its excellent dining, nightlife and music venues. The office is conveniently situated less than a mile from major interstate I-710 and just 10 miles from the Long Beach Airport.