Andrew Rozynski is a partner at Eisenberg & Baum, LLP and the co-director of the Eisenberg & Baum Law Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing. As a discrimination litigation practitioner, he concentrates on the protection of rights for Deaf persons under local, state and federal laws. Mr. Rozynski strongly believes deaf or hard-of-hearing persons have a right to be free from discrimination based on their disability and a right to be provided effective auxiliary aids and services. He is committed to ensuring Deaf individuals get the protections they deserve to the fullest extent of the law. With three Deaf relatives, Mr. Rozynski is fluent in sign language, understands Deaf culture, and is uniquely equipped to help the Deaf community.
Mr. Rozynski has broad experience representing hundreds of Deaf plaintiffs in discrimination matters all over the country. Mr. Rozynski also handles cases of national importance and impact involving discrimination against Deaf persons in hospitals, businesses, government, courts, housing, prisons, colleges, and employment; including cases profiled in publications such as The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, ABC News, Huffington Post, USA Today, and Associated Press. Mr. Rozynski has also appeared on television related to his focus of Deaf rights. Mr. Rozynski enjoys speaking to groups about the legal rights of Deaf persons and welcomes any opportunity to do so. In addition to representing Deaf individuals, Mr. Rozynski has also represented Fair Housing organizations in matters involving Deaf discrimination. Mr. Rozynski's representation of Fair Housing organizations includes large scale litigation involving systemic changes in housing practices related to Deaf individuals.
Mr. Rozynski is routinely admitted Pro Hac Vice in Federal Courts around the country. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Rozynski was the managing attorney of the Rozynski Law Firm, a law firm that serviced nearly exclusively deaf individuals.