Nick Rozansky leverages his extensive litigation and business experience to serve as outside general counsel to businesses large and small. His goal is always to provide efficient and cost-effective strategies for his clients no matter the issue. His practice primarily focuses on corporate and intellectual property law, with a concentration in consumer products and apparel, and financial industries such as factoring and asset based lending. He cost effectively represents large institutional clients in matters worth tens of millions of dollars, and small businesses and individuals in everyday business matters that require prompt and potent legal attention. He is well versed in preventative strategies, which can save his clients time and money. When necessary, he can forcefully undertake “bet the company” cases, knowing what is on the line.
Nick employs every tool that the civil courts and rules of civil procedure make available to successfully represent plaintiffs and defendants in all types of litigation. He is proficient in seeking writs of attachment, writs of possession and/or injunctions, and employs alternative dispute resolution and mediation to quickly resolve cases. On the defense side, he obtains favorable results for clients by utilizing law and motion to dismiss flimsy claims that would otherwise be expensive to defend.
In addition, Nick has been actively involved with a number of various legal and charitable organizations. From 2016-2017 he served as President of the Professionals Club, a networking group comprised of executives servicing a wide range of businesses, including ones in the apparel industry. Nick also serves on the Board of Directors for the IBD Support Foundation, a Los Angeles-based non-profit organization, and is involved with the City of Hope Fashion and Retail Council.