Scott W. Rothstein
Managing Partner, Chairman, CEO
Phone - 954-315-7200
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Biography Cont: He remains a close friend and advisor to the Governor, currently serving on the Governor’s Chairman’s Counsel, a group of 25 highly respected business people in Florida


Mr. Rothstein advises clients concerning employment policies design and review, contract negotiations, management training programs, affirmative action, drug and alcohol policies, arbitration, wage and hour compliance, ADA compliance, and union issues. He conducts seminars regarding employment related matters, developing seminar materials geared towards each client's specific needs, and counsels both employers and employees regarding severance and separation issues. Mr. Rothstein’s intellectual property and internet law practice includes a broad range of integral services geared towards protecting the intellectual property rights of the firm’s clients.  His practice in this area is highly concentrated in trade secret and confidential information security measures and litigation as well as detection and prevention of corporate espionage.  Mr. Rothstein’s commercial litigation practice runs the gamut; if a client requires assistance, Mr. Rothstein is there from A to Z. On the deal making side, Mr. Rothstein is considered one of the country’s consummate negotiators, advising clients from mom and pop shops to Fortune 100 companies.

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handpicked by the Governor and the Chair of the Republican Party of Florida.  Most recently he chaired fundraising events for U.S. Senator Arlen Specter, U.S. Senator John McCain, U.S. Senator John Ensign and U.S. Senator Mel Martinez.

Mr. Rothstein also supervises a substantial part of the firm's employment law, intellectual property, and internet law trial work. His employment law practice is concentrated in the representation of employers in both the public and private sectors in all aspects of labor and employment law, including employment discrimination (race, sex, age, disability, religion, national origin),sexual harassment, employment torts (infliction of emotional distress, invasion of privacy, defamation, negligent training, negligent supervision  negligent retention), class actions, collective bargaining, union avoidance, National Labor Relations Board cases, and Fair Labor Standards Act cases.
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