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Rona Rosen concentrates her practice in the areas of commercial litigation, bankruptcy, bankruptcy litigation and loan workout and restructure. Ms. Rosen represents numerous regional and national businesses in litigation matters in federal and states courts and has handled matters in courts around the country.  She has been named a Judge Pro Tempore for the Commerce Program of the Court of Common Pleas, Philadelphia County.



Temple University School of Law, Temple Law Review, J.D. (1980)

Brandeis University, B.A., cum laude (1977)



New Jersey

New Jersey State Court

Pennsylvania State Court

Pennsylvania Federal Court

New Jersey Federal Court


Member,  Pennsylvania Bar Association

Member,  New Jersey Bar Association

Board Member,  Non-profit organizations

Member,  Regency Towers Condo Association

Former Board Member and Member of the Executive Committee,  Camp Ramah in the Poconos

Ms. Rosen's practice includes recent representation of:
  • A national real estate investment trust in insurance coverage litigation relating to claim of employee defalcation. Obtained successful settlement following institution of litigation (Eastern District of Pennsylvania);
  • A large California company in federal trademark infringement case. Successful settlement procured after defeating opponent's summary judgment motion. (Eastern District of Pennsylvania);
  • A mortgage lending company in defense of a major lender liability claim relating to the development of a high-rise development project. Successfully settled after three weeks of trial. (Court of Common Pleas, Philadelphia, Pa.);
  • A national communication company in complex commercial bankruptcy litigation involving claims of fraudulent conveyance, preferences, alter ego liability and deepening insolvency brought by the liquidating trust of another entity. (Southern District of New York);
  • A commercial lender who brought a libel case against a customer. Successfully settled after discovery. (Court of Common Pleas, Philadelphia, Pa.);
  • Commercial landlords holding multiple leases in chapter 11 bankruptcies of national furniture chains: Chapter 11 of: Breuner's Furniture (Wilmington, Del.); Levitz Furniture (Southern District of New York);
  • The unsecured creditors committee in jointly administered cases involving six debtor owned and operated nursing homes. (Philadelphia, Pa.);
  • A large hedge fund that invested in a fund placed in receivership due to massive fraud (Eastern District of Pennsylvania); and
  • The Asbestos Related Property Damage Claimants' Committee in chapter 11 case of a leading producer of floor products, building products and floor products. (Wilmington, Del.).