Gerald Rosenberg

Gerald Rosenberg

Judge Gerald Rosenberg was sworn in to practice law in 1975 and he maintained his litigation practice until he was appointed by the judges as a Court Commissioner in 1995. He served in that role for both the Beverly Hills and Santa Monica Courthouses until he was elevated to a judgeship in 2000. Judge Rosenberg is well regarded as a learned and considerate jurist. After initial assignments in Criminal Preliminary Hearings and Trials, Civil Trials, Family Law, and Probate, Judge Rosenberg spent the majority of his career presiding over Unlimited Jurisdiction Civil Cases in the Santa Monica courthouse. In addition, he served as Assistant Supervising Judge and later Supervising Judge of the Los Angeles Superior Court West District. In recognition of his judicial achievements, Judge Rosenberg was named the 2017 Trial Judge of the Year by the Los Angeles Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) and the 2011 Outstanding Judicial Officer by Southwestern Law School. In addition, from 1982 through 1994, he served as the statistician for the Los Angeles Raiders. He was responsible for preparing all game day statistics for distribution to the NFL, the Raiders, the visiting team, and the media. And, he had the honor of serving as the Official Scorer of the 1987 and 1993 Super Bowls, and the American Bowl in Barcelona, Spain.

Articles written by this author:
<em>Jones v. Smith</em>: Much to learn from one case

Jones v. Smith: Much to learn from one case

The judge’s review of a large jury verdict that opened up an auto policy, and an analysis of why other trials end up in low/defense verdicts

Gerald Rosenberg