Marc Seldin Rosen

Marc Seldin Rosen

Marc Seldin Rosen

Practice Areas
  • Personal Injury and Wrongful Death
  • Securities Litigation
  • Aviation Litigation
  • Railway Litigation
Bar Admissions

United States District Court for the District of Maryland
United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
United States District Court for the District of Columbia
Supreme Court of the United States

Bar Associations

State of Maryland Bar Association
Bar Association of Baltimore City
Baltimore County Bar Association
American Bar Association
Maryland Association for Justice
American Association for Justice

Legal Activities

INSTRUCTOR- MICPEL, Basic Civil Trial Practice
MICPEL, Bad Faith Insurance Litigation

Other Professional Activities

Member, Board of Directors
United Athlete Group Foundation
Member, Board of Advisors

Focus

Marc Seldin Rosen, earned his bachelor’s degree from Emory University, a master’s degree from Catholic University, and his law degree from the Emory University School of Law. He worked in the White House during the Carter administration, and served as a law clerk to the Honorable Edward S. Northrop, Chief Judge Emeritus of the United States District Court for the District of Maryland. Mr. Rosen has been a trial lawyer for 20 years, trying cases involving virtually all aspects of civil litigation. As liaison counsel, he represented victims of the Chase Maryland rail disaster, which resulted in settlements in excess of 115 million dollars. Among other notable cases, Mr. Rosen represented the flight crew of Pan Am flight 103. An experienced and successful appellate lawyer, he has argued cases before the Maryland and United States appellate courts, which have resulted in the evolution of new law. He has achieved litigation outcomes in excess of $1 Million in all of the following areas of law: personal injury and wrongful death, aviation litigation, railway litigation, medical malpractice, legal malpractice, product liability (pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and consumer products) condemnation, commercial litigation, and securities/broker liability (FINRA).

Professional Experience

MARC SELDIN ROSEN, Attorneys At Law, Baltimore, Maryland – October 1990 to present. Founding partner, concentrating in complex civil litigation, including commercial litigation, plaintiffs’ mass disaster litigation, products liability litigation, plaintiffs’ personal injury, and professional malpractice (legal and medical).

WHITEFORD, TAYLOR & PRESTON, Baltimore, Maryland – October 1983 – September 1990. Partner (elected October 1989) concentrating in complex civil litigation, including commercial litigation, plaintiffs’ mass disaster litigation, products liability litigation, plaintiffs’ personal injury, and professional malpractice (legal and medical).

U.S. DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF MARYLAND, Baltimore, Maryland, September 1982 – September 1983. Law Clerk to Chief Judge Emeritus Edward S. Northrop.

KAPLAN, HEYMAN, GREENBERG, ENGELMAN & BELGRAD, P.A., Baltimore, Maryland, April 1982 – August 1982. Law Clerk.

U.S. DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF MARYLAND, Baltimore, Maryland, June 1981 – August 1981. Asper Fellow to Chief Judge Edward S. Northrop, then Magistrate Frederic N. Smalkin, Magistrate Daniel E. Klein, Jr., and Magistrate Clarence E. Goetz.

MIDGE COSTANZA, Washington, D.C., November 1978 – July, 1979. Administrative Assistant/Speech Writer for Ms. Margaret “Midge” Costanza, Former Assistant to the President.

THE WHITE HOUSE, Washington, D. C., November 1977 – September 1978. Intern/Administrative Assistant for Ms. Margaret “Midge” Costanza, Assistant to the President for Public Liaison.

THE WHITE HOUSE, Washington, D. C., August 1977 – November 1977. Intern/Administrative Assistant for Mr. Robert A. Nastanovich, Deputy to the Assistant to the President for Public Liaison.

Honors, Awards and Appointments

Oralist Award, Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competitions, Southeast Regionals – 1981
First Place Team, Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competitions, Southeast Regionals – 1981
Third Place Team, Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competitions, National Finals – 1981
Member, National Moot Court Team – 1981
Second Place Brief, National Moot Court Competitions, Southeast Regionals – 1981
Selected to the Order of Barristers, the national honorary trial advocacy society – 1981-82
American Jurisprudence Award, Professional Ethics – 1981
American Jurisprudence Award, Criminal Procedure – 1981

Articles and Papers

  • “Insurance Coverage and Claims, Good Faith/Bad Faith,” MICPEL, 1988
  • “Lender Liability and Litigation Avoidance,” presented to the Maryland League of Savings Institutions, 1990
  • “The Ethical Approach to Mass Tort Litigation,”, The Maryland Bar Journal, Vol. XXIX, No. 6, 1996
  • “Boutique Practice”, The American Bar Association Journal, The Complete Lawyer
    Volume 13, No. 4, 1996
  • “Trying The Wrongful Death Case in Maryland: Strategies in Preparation and Valuation”, National Business Institute, 1998