Marshall Rosenberg joined the firm in 2011, after nearly twenty years at another Houston firm. Marshall has a state-wide practice and serves as regional counsel for multiple publicly traded corporations. He defends large national retailers and restaurants, including the largest restaurant company in the world, in a variety of tort actions. Marshall represents clients at trial throughout Texas, and he has taken several significant cases to verdict as lead counsel in the last three years.
His practice areas include premises liability, construction defect disputes, and commercial real estate litigation. Marshall also handles professional liability actions involving architects, engineers, surveyors, and real estate professionals. In addition, he provides consulting services and contract review for a variety of design professionals, contractors, builders, and developers.
Marshall has written and lectured for various continuing legal-education programs, and was recently selected to serve on the Editorial Board of the Construction Law Journal, published jointly by the Texas Bar Construction Law Section and South Texas College of Law. He is an active participant in construction industry organizations and programs. He regularly attends building industry classes and has successfully completed both on-site and classroom training involving commercial and residential construction. He was elected in 2012 to serve on the Board of Directors of the Foundation Performance Association, a nonprofit professional organization dedicated to advancing the knowledge, performance, and standards of engineering, construction, and repairs related to foundations, soil and structures.
Mr. Rosenberg has been elected by his peers to Advocate membership in the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), and is rated an AV® Preeminent™ lawyer by Martindale-Hubbell, representing the recognition of the highest level of professional excellence by his peers.