Jeff Rosen is a trial lawyer in our Construction/Energy/Real Estate Litigation department. One hundred percent of his trials involve design and construction work.
As lead counsel, Jeff has tried hundreds of millions of dollars in construction disputes since 1977 on matters such as: the design and construction of a nationwide telecommunications system stretching from Miami to New Orleans, a municipal streetlight system in upstate New York, steel fabrication for portions of the launch pad at Vandenburg Air Force Base in California; refractory work at cement plants in Louisville, Fresno, Miami, and Baltimore; the automated access control system at KCI Airport in Kansas City, Missouri; the LED upgrade project through the Eisenhower Tunnel in the Rocky Mountains, retrofit of incinerators on barges off the coast of Alaska during oil spills; seven automotive assembly plants stretching from Shreveport, Louisiana to Bowling Green, Kentucky; additions to a steel mill in Canton/Akron, Ohio; hospital/healthcare facilities in Gillette, Wyoming; construction of a large casino in St. Charles, Missouri; KDOT and MODOT and US Corps of Engineers highway and bridge projects in Kansas and Missouri; the field house at the University of Kansas football stadium, and construction of the new Intermodal Center in south Kansas City, Missouri.
In the government sphere, Jeff has litigated extras, delays, differing site conditions, bid protests, bid mistakes, fraud, false claims, suspensions and debarment proceedings before various boards including, the Board of Contract Appeals for the GSA, the Corps of Engineers, the Department of Defense, the Department of Energy, The Department of Interior, as well as the US Comptroller General. Most notable of those cases included qui tam or false claim proceedings involving the testing and manufacture of missile head components for the US Department of Defense and criminal/debarment/suspension proceedings arising out of the procurement of amphibious tanks for the DOD.
Jeff also serves on the National Panel of Construction Arbitrators for the American Arbitration Association. As arbitrator, he has heard and decided disputes around the country concerning the design and construction of hotels, condominiums, educational facilities, health care facilities, and, most recently, a multi-million dollar residential project in Dallas, Texas.