At Rose•Walker, we’re not like other firms. Since the day we opened our doors, we have focused our practice on just one thing – trying lawsuits. While it is certainly true that these days, most cases never make it to trial, our hunger for the courtroom and our record of accomplishment there will have a real impact on your case – even if it settles just shy of the courthouse steps.
We don’t practice cookie-cutter law, and our approach to your case will reflect that. We represent plaintiffs and defendants alike. We represent Fortune 500 companies and individuals. We thrive on variety and creativity, and our experience on both sides of the bar allows us to anticipate our opponents’ moves and to understand their cases oftentimes better than they do. The fact is that most lawyers don’t try cases anymore, which makes us different and gives us a considerable advantage over our opponents.
We are trial lawyers, and we begin trying your case the moment you walk in the door. We start each case by asking our clients, “What is a win for you,” and every move that we make from that point forward is geared toward achieving that end as quickly and efficiently as possible. What does this mean? It means that our written discovery is targeted and streamlined. It means that we’ll depose people, but certainly not everyone in the room. And it means that every piece of evidence that we gather and every brief that we write is all geared toward one end – getting our clients a “win,” whether it is in the boardroom, the courtroom or the halls of the highest court in the land.