Lawrence (Larry) D. Rosenberg is a partner at Jones Day, where he is involved with constitutional, international and statutory litigation, as well as cases dealing with intellectual property, antitrust, and products liability. Rosenberg has significant experience working on cases involving the detention and prosecution of terrorism suspects, having provided amicus curiae representation in Hamdan v. Rumsfeld and Padilla v. Hanft. In Hamdan, he supported the petition to overturn the lower court’s decision concerning the use of military commissions to try detainees held at the naval facility in Guantanamo Bay. Padilla dealt with the President’s ability to detain U.S. citizens without trial as “enemy combatants.” Rosenberg is also the court-appointed appellate counsel for Adham Hassoun, who was convicted of terrorism-related charges involving Jose Padilla.
Rosenberg is a co-chair of the Trial Practice Committee of the American Bar Association’s Litigation Section. He also is a principal author of A Practitioner’s Guide To Appellate Advocacy and regularly speaks and writes on a variety of legal subjects. Before joining Jones Day he worked in the Civil Division at the U.S. Department of Justice. He earned his J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania.