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Exceeding Client Expectations
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Florida Attorneys at Law
Welcome to Rosenbaum PLLC. Our firm has a unique team of highly qualified, talented and dedicated attorneys and staff. Our capabilities far exceed our numbers.
Our mission is to outperform — exceed the expectations of our clients, ethically, competently, expeditiously and cost-effectively. We understand the need to view our clients’ matters with both macro and micro perspectives. With almost thirty-eight (38) years in the courtrooms of South Florida and many other venues, Managing Shareholder Daniel S. Rosenbaum always remains available to provide extensive and wide-ranging legal experience and professional judgment on any client matter as do other attorneys in the firm who also have a wealth of legal knowledge and experience.
We make no secret about it, we want our clients to win and achieve their goals. We aggressively pursue our clients’ interests in close coordination with them to maximize the opportunities to achieve the best results possible as soon as possible. We are highly responsive.
We believe that our legal work is some of the best around. That sentiment has also been expressed by judges and other lawyers. Success in the practice of law requires quality. That is our focus.
- Business Law and Litigation
- Community Association Law and Litigation
- Construction Law and Litigation
- Employment Law and Litigation
- Environmental & Natural Resource Law and Litigation
- Government Law and Litigation
- Insurance Law and Litigation
- Land Use Law and Litigation
- Real Estate Law and Litigation
- Trials and Appeals
Meet Our Attorneys
We think of our legal team as a “work family.”
More than just attorneys in a law firm, our attorneys spend an enormous amount of time together in and out of the office. This includes many multi-week trials in both State and Federal Courts and the presentation of educational programs to community associations, their directors and property managers, locally and out of town.
Recognition for Outstanding Achievements
Rosenbaum PLLC was named among the Best Law Firms in Florida in 2018 by the U.S. News and World Report, and was also selected to appear among the Best Law Firms in the 2018 Edition of U.S. News and World Report–Best Lawyers.
Additionally, Mr. Rosenbaum, Managing Shareholder of Rosenbaum PLLC, has an “AV® Preeminent™” Attorney rating from Martindale-Hubbell® and has been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America©. He has been chosen as a finalist in the categories of both Complex Commercial Litigation and Real Estate Litigation for the Most Effective Lawyers Award by the Daily Business Review. Florida Trend Magazine has repeatedly recognized Mr. Rosenbaum among its “Legal Elite” and he has also repeatedly been selected as a Florida Super Lawyer® by Law & Politics Magazine, and has been named a Top Lawyer in Florida by The South Florida Legal Guide. Mr. Rosenbaum has repeatedly been selected as a Best Lawyer® in Commercial Litigation and has been named as one of South Florida’s Top Lawyers. Mr. Rosenbaum was also selected as one of the Top Attorneys in Florida in Business and Commercial Litigation, one of Florida’s Top Attorneys, and one of the Best Attorneys in Florida.
News and Media
IT’S THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN – PART II – IS YOUR ASSOCIATION FULLY FUNDING RESERVES?
By: Steven R. Braten, Shareholder Rosenbaum PLLC Under Florida law, condominium associations have a duty to adopt a budget with a statutorily compliant reserve schedule and with reserves fully funded for the applicable fiscal year unless properly waived by the members. Likewise, if your homeowners’ association has established “statutory” reserves, the board must adopt a read more…
IT’S THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN – FORMULATING A BUDGET AND GRAPPLING WITH WHETHER TO WAIVE OR NOT TO WAIVE RESERVES?
By: Steven R. Braten, Shareholder Rosenbaum PLLC If you are a board member or manager of a Florida community association, then you are probably familiar with the trepidation surrounding the “dreaded” annual budget meeting. Section 718.112(2)(e) of Florida’s Condominium Act and Section 720.303(6)(a) of Florida’s Homeowners’ Association Act require condominium and homeowners’ associations to hold read more…
STAYING OUT OF THE “DOG HOUSE” HOW TO HANDLE REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION REQUESTS UNDER THE FAIR HOUSING ACT
By: Paula S. Marra, Senior Associate Rosenbaum PLLC Owners living in pet restricted communities are becoming increasingly frustrated when they see other owners walking a dog or taking their dog to the pool. While it may feel like these owners are “breaking” the rules it is important to remind our frustrated owners that community associations read more…
On March 18, 2019, the governor signed the new medical marijuana changes into law. Currently known as Chapter 2019-1, the legislation expands upon the medical marijuana laws previously implemented. Of particular interest is that the revised laws now permit the smoking of medical marijuana to fall within the definition of “Medical use”. However, the read more…