Bruce Rosen Featured in New Jersey Law Journal On Joining Pashman Stein Walder Hayden P.C.
Bruce Rosen, partner at Pashman Stein Walder Hayden, was featured in the New Jersey Law Journal article “McCusker Anselmi’s Partner Split Brings 12 Lawyers to Duane Morris, 1 to Pashman Stein.” The article discusses Rosen’s decision to join Pashman Stein and includes quotes of Michael S. Stein, chair and managing partner at Pashman Stein Walder Hayden:
Pashman Stein founder and managing partner Michael Stein has long known Rosen and has had “an ongoing conversation” with him about one day practicing together. Rosen, who said he handles as much commercial litigation as he does media law, joins the firm as a partner in the litigation, media law and crisis management practice groups.
Rosen “complements the practice we’ve already got in media law that CJ [Griffin] has developed,” and has a “statewide reputation as one of the preeminent lawyers in that field,” Stein said in an interview. “The hope is we can expand on the media law practice that we’ve got right now.”
Stein’s not sure what exactly that growth will look like, but Griffin’s and Rosen’s expertise and relationships with media organizations, as well as the firm’s platform, should offer the right conditions to make it happen, he said.
“It’s about the person more than anything else,” Stein said of Rosen’s hire. “From our perspective, he’s a terrific person first and foremost, a great litigator. … The fact that I’ve known Bruce so long makes it easy because I like him, I trust him … and I’ve worked with him.
“Someone like Bruce, frankly, could go anywhere, and I don’t take for granted for a second the fact that he wants to come to our firm,” added Stein, whose firm launched around the same time as McCusker Anselmi, in the mid-1990s.
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