Known for his thorough preparation and persistence, Paul Roshka has a national practice representing companies, their directors, officers, and employees during investigations and enforcement/disciplinary proceedings involving potential violations of the federal and state securities laws, and other financial regulatory statutes and rules. He has handled matters initiated by virtually every SEC Regional Office and FINRA District Office, and their Home Offices in Washington, D.C.
He is also a recognized bet-the-company litigator. Paul has defended securities/financial claims in federal and state court, including class action defense. He is a seasoned litigator trusted to resolve our clients’ disputes. Paul and the lawyers he supervises know it is important to keep clients informed, and provide value for the services they render. He handles arbitrations and mediations nationwide. He is also a AAA arbitrator and serves as a mediator is cases involving claims of securities violations and complex issues in the real estate, insurance, mortgage and banking industries.
Paul’s passion for resolving complex disputes is equally matched by his passion for positively impacting his community. He has spearheaded numerous significant charitable efforts that have directly and positively impacted the lives of thousands of Arizona children and families. During Paul’s three year term as Chairman of Phoenix Children’s Hospital’s Board of Directors, he led the effort to move the young Hospital from two floors of an existing health care provider to its own free-standing campus. Working with bond counsel and underwriters for the offering, and as a member of the Capital Campaign Committee, Paul helped the Hospital raise the funds to purchase and renovate an existing hospital on 26 acres in central Phoenix. Today Phoenix Children’s Hospital has six Centers of Excellence, nearly 1000 specialists, and provides outpatient, trauma, and emergency care across more than 75 subspecialties. Children and their families no longer have to travel to hospitals in other states to receive world class health care.
Paul reorganized Phoenix Children’s Hospital’s Foundation’s Board of Directors and served six terms as the Foundation’s Chair. He has chaired Phoenix Suns Charities, the Children’s Cancer Center, the Phoenix Zoo’s Wildest Club in Town, and the Wildest Ball in Town. Paul has been on the Boards of the Salvation Army, Xavier College Preparatory School, and Southwest Human Development which is the Arizona Easter Seals affiliate and an organization that seeks through its 40 programs to create a positive future for every child.
He received KPNX TV’s 12 Who Care Hon Kachina Award and the Jefferson Award from the American Institute for Public Service for his commitment to the Children’s Cancer Center at Phoenix Children’s Hospital.