You have to be enthusiastic about exploring and arriving at a common resolution. - Sam Rosmarin, Esq.
Sam Rosmarin, Esq.
Sam Rosmarin has enjoyed a stellar multi-decade career as a catastrophic personal injury litigator. As a highly requested neutral for SSAM ADR, Sam brings his background and intellectual depth to often complex multi-party cases, presiding over mediations in both New York and New Jersey. Sam’s professional experience has been evenly divided. He has represented plaintiffs in a wide range of serious personal injury actions and he has also represented corporate defendants such as Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, Hilton Hotels and Nationwide Insurance Companies. After completing the prestigious Harvard Law School mediation training program, Mr. Rosmarin has passionately devoted himself to the art and science of mediation and arbitration. In 2016, he was honored by being appointed as a Special Master of the Appellate Division, First Department where he provides mediation services for selected cases on appeal.
- Personal Injury
- Medical Malpractice
- Catastrophic Damages
- Wrongful Death
- Product Liability
- New York & New Jersey Mediations
Founder and Managing Litigation Partner, Sam Rosmarin, PLLC, White Plains, NY (2006-Present)
Co-founder and Co-owner and Litigation Partner, Rock & Rosmarin, LLP White Plains, NY (1999-2006)
Partner and Chairman of Medical Malpractice Department, Barr & Rosenbaum, LLP, Spring Valley, NY (1995-1999)
Partner, Rochman, Platzer, Fallick, Rosmarin & Sternheim (1980-1995)
ADR Appointments and Training
Special Master, 1st. Dept., Appellate Division
Harvard Law School Negotiation Institute’s Mediation program
Pepperdine Law School’s Strauss Institute’s Advanced Mediation program
Cornell University’s Employment Law Mediation program
Boston University School of Law, J.D. (1980)
Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations, B.S. (1977)
New York State: 1981, Second Department
United States District Court of New York: 1988 Southern District, Eastern District
United State Court of Appeals: 1988, 9th Circuit
United State Court of Federal Claims: 2008 Washington, D.C.
United States Supreme Court: 2016