Steve Rotman has over thirty years of experience in the practice of law. For the last 20 years his practice has focused on pharmaceutical product liability litigation. Prior to that, his practice encompassed personal injury, product liability, constitutional law litigation, and commercial litigation, both on the defense and plaintiff sides.
He has experience with trials in state and federal courts, with AAA arbitrations, mediations, and appeals in state and federal courts. He has tried alone or with others, pharmaceutical and medical device products cases, medical malpractice cases, construction, family law, and commercial cases.
Over the course of his career, Steve has concentrated on pharmaceutical product liability litigation, representing plaintiffs who suffered devastating injuries or loss of life from unreasonably dangerous drugs. He has served (and currently serves) on discovery and science committees, or performed common benefit work in several pharmaceutical and medical device multi-district litigations.
University of Virginia School of Law, J.D., 1979, Order of the Coif, Virginia Law Review
Harvard College, B.A., Magna Cum Laude (Philosophy) 1975
District of Columbia
Former Chair of the Daubert/Expert Witness Admissibility litigation group of the American Association for Justice (AAJ)
WHAT OTHERS SAY
- Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyer since 2019
- Awarded a Medal for Excellence for his service to the American Association for Justice.
- Invited to speak at local Bar Association and national legal conferences on the subjects of electronic evidence, medical evidence, and proving causation in pharmaceutical cases.