Myron Rosen is a very sharp and gifted litigator who focuses his practice primarily on labor law and personal injury claims. Mr. Rosen became interested in a career in law when a local attorney in Brooklyn told him he would be good at it. The attorney continued to mentor him and, upon receiving his bachelor's degree in 1960, Mr. Rosen started at Brooklyn Law School.
Mr. Rosen has been at our firm longer than anyone whose last name is not Edelman. He started out clerking for Jerome Edelman in 1960 while he was attending Brooklyn Law School and began working at the firm as soon as he passed the bar exam.
In 1964, he left the firm to work in commercial law. At that time, Jerome left him an open invitation to come back at any time. In 1985, Mr. Rosen returned to Edelman & Edelman, P.C., and has been with us ever since. He has handled some of the firm's most prominent cases and recovered millions of dollars in damages for our clients.
Now semi-retired, Mr. Rosen still regularly handles cases for the firm. He currently lives in Maryland where he can be closer to his grandchildren. However, he frequently returns to New York when his work requires it.