Matthew H. Rosenthal, Esq.
Matthew H. Rosenthal was a legal intern for two Federal Judges — Senior Judge Harvey Schlesinger, and Judge Roy Dalton, Jr. — in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida, Jacksonville. During that time, Mr. Rosenthal conducted legal research, attended hearings and trials, and prepared Orders.
Mr. Rosenthal also has experience working in the non-profit sector. He worked as a Transactional Attorney for Wounded Warrior Project, Inc., in Jacksonville, Florida. Mr. Rosenthal was a member of the In-House Counsel team responsible for researching and drafting memoranda on legal issues such as insurance, contracts, risk management, licensing, taxes, employment, and organization policy.
Additionally, Mr. Rosenthal’s responsibilities included preparing binding contractual agreements including, but not limited to, master service agreements, independent contractor agreements, sponsorship agreements, partnership agreements, and licensing agreements.
Mr. Rosenthal conducted investigations in pursuit of trademark infringement, was responsible for the training and oversight of legal interns and advised staff attorneys.
After that, Mr. Rosenthal worked for a litigation firm, researching and drafting pleadings, motions, briefs, and discovery. Mr. Rosenthal also made court appearances, negotiated and settled cases, and attended mediations.
In 2015, Mr. Rosenthal launched M.H. Rosenthal Law, PLLC and began accepting clients in January 2016. Above all, the goal of the practice is to provide customized and tailored legal services to clients.
On February 1, 2019, M.H. Rosenthal Law, PLLC merged with Meyer and Associates, Counselors at Law, PLLC to form Rosenthal Meyer, PLLC.
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