|RI||Authorized to practice law||1988||04/01/2017|
|Senior Commercial Litigation Associate||Deily, Mooney & Glastetter, LLP||2004 - 2010|
|Of Counsel||Donovan & O'Connor LLP||2001 - 2004|
|President & Principal Legal Practitioner||Rose Consultancy, PC||2001 - 2001|
|General Counsel||Lenox Healthcare, Inc||1999 - 2001|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Town of Stockbridge, MA||Chairman, Planning Board||2002 - Present|
|Rhode Island State Bar||Member||N/A|
|Massachusetts Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|New York State Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|Carroll Graduate School of Management, Boston College||N/A||M.B.A||1998|
|University of Miami School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1988|
|Boundary Disputes: Resolving Client Conflicts||Recent Legal Developments||2008|
Posted by Doug
Can't help but to wonder who the folks are that gave Doug such good reviews. In our case he was difficult to work with, and worst of all he made a significant oversight that ended up costing us dearly, and wasted an opportunity to get access to assets.
When we discussed his screw-up he became evasive, and asked to get back to us since he needed to check a few things. When he got back to us he acknowledged that the court gave us the right to recover directly, but said his method of deposing and etc, etc. was better. This was complete bunk.
We had no less than three attorneys tell us that Doug wasted an opportunity. Yet Doug not only refused to admit any wrong doing he was also unwilling to return money, or even provide a credit for what we paid for the unnecessary work. So we fired him.
Here's a point to consider - if he admitted he screwed up we could have sued him (not that we would of) to the tune of mid five figures. So he was covering his butt, nonetheless he could have easily given us a refund for the portion of his work in question and it would've been likely about $5,000 he could've done that without admitting any wrongdoing. But that's not what he did.
I've been in business a long time, and realize that mistakes happen to the best of us, but it's how you handle your screw-ups that reveal your character, and Doug failed with flying colors. Apparently us firing him insulted his ego so much so that he took it upon himself to meddle in our case by contacting the court. A case by the way where we were being railroaded, and Doug knew that, but he still couldn't help striking out - we should've sued him. But here's the moral of the story - do yourself a favor and don't hire this guy.
Posted by anonymous
I retained Doug Rose to oversee a successful litigation of a case involving a complex financial matter. What initially inspired me to hire Doug was his professional reputation, aggressiveness and clear vision of how to handle a complicated case. Throughout the process, I was impressed with Doug's legal knowledge and ability to think on his feet. But the thing that most impressed me about Doug, was his commitment to me as his client. I felt his advice was sincere and always in my best interest. If ever faced with a similar litigation situation, Doug will be the first person I call.
Posted by Timothy
Great attorney handled all of our needs in a truly professional manner.
Without his help an expertise our case could of lasted a long time. I would recommend Doug to anyone who needs the job done.
Greg Rinckey, Employment and labor Attorney
Doug never stops. He can take what seems the most complex case and turn it into gold for a client. He has taken on the big boys and won and is a true champion for those with real estate and corporate/commercial matters. You can count me in as an advocate for Doug Rose.
Scott Dillon, Bankruptcy and debt Attorney
Doug is an experienced and tough litigator. He has every bit of confidence that when he takes a case he will win for his client and that is a great trait to have in your attorney! If you are looking for someone to handle your commercial or corporate litigation needs, Doug is your man!