Robert L. Rosvall


Robert Rosvall is an attorney at the firm’s Pasadena office. Mr. Rosvall’s practice primarily focuses on products liability and high-exposure property damage claims. Mr. Rosvall has successfully resolved dozens of wrongful death and catastrophic personal injury cases and has represented major retailers including and Wal-Mart in both federal and state court. Prior to joining the firm, Robert practiced Chapter 11 bankruptcy law in Tucson, Arizona, where he gained extensive experience in law and motion and first-chair trial experience. Mr. Rosvall is conversational in Mandarin Chinese, and can read product warnings and literature in Chinese, which has proved to be an asset in numerous product liability cases.

Mr. Rosvall received his Juris Doctor from the University of Arizona, James E. Rogers School of Law where he was a Note and Comment Editor for the Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law. He received his Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the University of Michigan.


Favorable Settlement for Touring Company: Mr. Rosvall negotiated a favorable settlement on behalf of a touring company in a multiple fatality drowning case. Plaintiff was a Chinese national who watched his parents drown in front of him after a rogue wave hit a popular Northern California tourist attraction. Through aggressive discovery, including a 10-hour deposition of the plaintiff, Mr. Rosvall was able to resolve the case with less than a cost-of-defense settlement.

Obtained Nondischargeable Judgment in Favor of Client: Mr. Rosvall obtained an entry of a nondischargeable judgment against a sports promoter who solicited funds for an international soccer exhibition match from a local businessman shortly before filing bankruptcy. Mr. Rosvall was lead trial counsel in cross-examining the defendant, bringing forth several damaging admissions about the defendant’s intent to file bankruptcy prior to borrowing the funds. As a result of the nondischargeable judgment, the client was able to recoup his life savings which were lent to the sports promoter.

Favorable Verdict for Members of a Homeowners’ Association: Mr. Rosvall obtained a verdict in favor of seven members of a homeowners association after an aggrieved homeowner filed improper involuntary petitions against each of the members, disrupting their financial lives and ruining their credit