Allan J. Rotlewicz

Allan Rotlewicz is an associate in the Retail and Hospitality and Toxic Torts practice groups. Allan practices in the areas of casualty defense, including premises and toxic tort litigation.

He has effectively defended retailers in numerous cases involving significant personal injuries and property damage. Throughout the litigation process, Allan advises clients on all critical issues, including Medicare compliance, worker’s compensation, and indemnification. Allan is an valued member of the team recognized as Sears’ “Go-To Counsel for 2012” by American Lawyer and Corporate Counsel magazines.

As part of the initial intake of every new claim, Allan will analyze whether a third party may be responsible to his client for its defense and indemnification. This includes a detailed review of the applicable contracts, insurance policies, and other agreements between the parties.

Allan also practices in the area of asbestos litigation for clients manufacturing products such as boilers, gaskets, packing and automotive parts. He handles all aspects of litigation including discovery, depositions, and trial preparation.

Before joining Rumberger, Kirk & Caldwell, Allan practiced in the areas of property damage, insurance coverage, and general civil litigation for a New York City-based law firm. While in law school, Allan clerked for the Honorable Donald S. Kurtz, Supreme Court, Kings County, New York.

  • Education

    Brooklyn Law School - J.D. , 2008
    Muhlenberg College - B.S., Political Science , 2005
    • Minor in Spanish
  • Bar Admissions

    • Florida (2011)
    • New York (2009)
    • New Jersey (2008)
  • Court Admissions

    • U.S. District Courts of Florida (Southern, Middle)
    • U.S. District Court of New Jersey
    • U.S. District Court of New York (Eastern, Southern)
  • Professional & Civic Activities

    • Defense Research Institute
      • Young Lawyer Vice-Liaison to Retail & Hospitality Committee
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