A Civil Litigation and Health Care Law Firm
Rosenblum Newfield is a civil litigation, administrative, and health care law firm. The firm represents health care providers physicians, nursing homes, home health care companies and insurers in diverse legal matters. These include high exposure litigation and liability cases; risk management/litigation prevention; quality management/EMR; commercial/financial/contractual and many other issues. Outside the health care arena, the firm provides commercial clients in a number of industries with civil litigation and business counsel. For both health care and commercial clients Rosenblum Newfield provides cyber liability services, an emerging area of the law.
Highly regarded within the legal and medical professions and the business community, the firm offers clients a stable culture built on extensive experience, meticulous, creative research and respect for all parties to the situations it addresses. These qualities contribute to an impressive record of defense verdicts, as well as to longstanding client relationships.
Rosenblum Newfield attorneys have published many articles on health law, civil litigation and medical liability. A recent article about fetal inflammatory response syndrome in obstetrical cases is representative of the specialized knowledge the firm brings to bear on behalf of its clients.
Mr. Rosenblum is certified by the National Board of Legal Specialty Certification / National Board of Trial Advocacy, and the firm has an AV (highest)
The firm has offices in New York (Manhattan and Westchester County) and Connecticut (Stamford).
Attorney James B. Rosenblum
Attorney James B. Rosenblum formed the firm in 1992 to address an increasing demand for his services among Connecticut health care providers and insurers
Attorney James Newfield
James Newfield joined Rosenblum Newfield in 1994. His practice focuses on medical liability litigation defense, and the defense of home health care providers.
Attorney James Biondo
James Biondo has been with Rosenblum Newfield since 1996. Prior thereto, he clerked with jury trial Judge John J.P. Ryan within the Judicial District of Stamford, Superior Court.