Prior to joining Borah, Goldstein, he was a partner with Novick, Edelstein, Lubell, Reisman, Wasserman & Leventhal, P.C. In 1993, Mr. Rosenbaum was admitted to the Israeli Bar and completed his mandatory Articles of Apprenticeship at the offices of Gross, Hodak and Co., concentrating on drafting English language commercial contracts.
In 1997, Mr. Rosenbaum joined the firm as a partner and assisted in the Landlord-Tenant division particularly in New York County.
From 2000 to 2003, Mr. Rosenbaum with two other seasoned attorneys opened Kramer, Roth & Rosenbaum L.P., a boutique Real estate litigation firm.
In March 2003, Mr. Rosenbaum rejoined Borah, Goldstein as a senior member concentrating on commercial and residential landlord-Tenant litigation. He co-supervises the Commercial Landlord-Tenant area and Supreme Court Divisions and actively mentors associates at the firm.
Mr. Rosenbaum litigates and tries commercial matters both in the Supreme and Civil Courts. His experience includes litigation in all related real estate matters, administrative law matters, and appeals.
Besides thirty years of active experience in the area of real estate litigation, Mr. Rosenbaum serves as a Member of the New York State Bar Association and the New York County Lawyers’ Association. He is also a member and trustee of the Jewish Lawyer’s Guild. Additionally, he was appointed a Housing Court “mentor” by the Hon. Fern Fischer to provide advice to attorneys practicing in the Housing court. He also volunteers as a Small Claims arbitrator.