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A. Robert Rosin

Education

Stanford University, B.A.
University of California at Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law, J.D.

Admissions

State Bar of California
U.S. District Courts for the Southern, Central, Northern and Eastern Districts of California
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
United States Court of Federal Claims
United States Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals

Affiliations

Engineering & Utility Contractors Association, Legal Advisor and Member – Government Relations Committee
American Bar Association, Construction Law Forum and Tort and Insurance Law Sections
Associated General Contractors of California, Legal Advisory Committee
Associated Builders and Contractors

Experience

Mr. Rosin is recognized for his knowledge of construction law. Experienced in state, federal and administrative litigation and trials, as well as arbitration and mediation, Mr. Rosin has successfully prosecuted his client’s claims and defended their interests in disputes arising from the construction of bridges, highways, energy production and waste treatment facilities, jails and prisons, manufacturing plants, dams, pipelines, site utilities and aqueducts, heavy rail transit vehicles, office developments, schools, hospitals, and residential projects. Because of his experience, he is able to develop strategies to resolve disputes efficiently and expeditiously. Mr. Rosin has successfully argued appeals to the California District Courts of Appeal including contractor and developer rights under the 10-year statute of limitations for latent deficiencies. The author of articles on mechanic’s liens, bonds and suretyship, environmental regulation, the Uniform Commercial Code, prompt payment statutes, and liability for construction accidents, he is a frequent speaker at seminars and continuing education programs for attorneys, contractors and material suppliers. Mr. Rosin is a past member of the California Bar Association’s respected Committee on the Administration of Justice, and he has testified before the State Legislature with regard to legislation affecting the construction industry.