- 1. Career
Mathew Rosengart is lawyer.
Mathew Rosengart is a former federal prosecutor, previously serving as a Supervisory Assistant United States Attorney and Justice Department Trial Attorney, where he investigated and prosecuted cases ranging from violent crimes to public corruption, including cases of national and international significance.
A Governor of the Beverly Hills Bar Association and former law clerk to Justice David Souter on the New Hampshire Supreme Court, Mathew was recently recognized as a Leader of Influence and Top Litigator & Trial Attorney by the Los Angeles Business Journal, which honors “masters of their craft” who “go to the proverbial mat to fight for their clients” and are “the lawyers you want in your corner.” The issue recognized Mathew as “one of the most influential litigators and trial attorneys in Los Angeles,” and a “go to litigator for Hollywood’s elite and Corporate America” who is “one of the nation’s preeminent litigators.”
Described by the New York Times as a “prominent” and “high-powered lawyer,” Mathew has also been lauded as a “legal powerhouse,” a “powerful litigator,” a “legal warrior” who is “principled,” and a "major" “heavyweight lawyer” by Yahoo News, Newsweek, The View, Good Morning America, and The Guardian. Mathew was also recognized by NPR as a lawyer with “a lot of star power,” by Los Angeles Magazine as a “heavy hitter” with “a long history of getting results for his big name clients,” and by The Wall Street Journal, The Hollywood Reporter, and NBC’s Today as a “high profile litigator,” a “Hollywood Power Lawyer,” and a “celebrity power attorney.”