Alexander Rogosa is an Associate Attorney and a member of Kalbian Hagerty’s litigation practice group. He is a gifted advocate and negotiator working on behalf of both Plaintiffs and Defendants covering a wide range of topics including personal injury, breach of contract, real estate litigation, creditors’ rights, and employment litigation. Alexander also currently advises a major publicly traded corporation on its rights and obligations in lien and garnishment cases throughout the United States aimed at protecting the company’s interests.
Alexander has tried jury cases in both Maryland and the District of Columbia, as well as practicing in the corresponding federal courts. He has secured substantial verdicts on behalf of his clients both in damages and equitable relief. He has also briefed appeals in the Maryland Court of Special Appeals and is a talented legal researcher and writer.
Alexander was recognized as a Merit Scholar every year while obtaining his juris doctorate at the George Washington University Law School and his Bachelor of Arts at Emory University. Alexander served as an editor on the nationally recognized, Federal Circuit Bar Journal. He was published by the journal in 2015 for his analysis of the bid protest by SpaceX against United Launch Alliance, which redefined the space industry and ushered in the privatization of space exploration.
Alexander resolved to become an attorney at an early age, drawn to the opportunity to fight for his clients’ rights and prove their position in Court. He is passionate that every client deserves the best representation and has been awarded both the George Washington Pro Bono Service Award and the Presidential Volunteer Service Award. He is well-practiced in explaining the intricacies of the legal process to all types of clients while keeping them informed throughout their case.
Alexander joined Kalbian Hagerty in early-2020, eager to incorporate the firm’s international impact into his legal career, having previously studied at the Dikemes International Center for Hellenic Studies in Athens, Greece.