Warren Rosman defends school boards, municipalities and other governmental entities. He has a lengthy history of representing clients in matters involving employment and labor law, insurance defense, and appellate practice. Warren has litigated numerous trials and has appeared before the Supreme Court of Ohio, multiple Ohio appellate courts as well as the Northern and Southern District Courts in Ohio and the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals and the Seventh Circuit. He remains active in the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, serving variously as chair of the Bar Admissions, Fee Dispute Arbitration and Law School Liaison Committees. Warren enjoys travelling throughout the U.S. and Canada, hiking his way through 41 states and five provinces.
Press, Publications and Presentations
Successfully defended former employee’s claims of intentional interference with contract, intentional infliction of emotional distress and etc.
Successfully defended civil rights claims filed by arrestee.
Successfully defended allegations against a school district of religious and gender discrimination.
Represented an Ohio city in a federal voting rights action matter.
Defended a school district in a lawsuit involving FMLA issues.
Successfully defended a school district against allegations of age discrimination and harassment.
Successfully defended as school district in a case involving allegation of racial discrimination.
Successfully defended a Board of Education in a reduction in force case.
Has litigated cases in many areas including medical malpractice, premises liability and property security.
Bar Admissions Committee and Fee Dispute Arbitration and Law School Liaison Committees
3 R's Program (2006-present)
Honors, Awards and Civic/Community Involvement