Andrew Rozynski is a partner at Eisenberg & Baum, LLP and an experienced civil rights litigator, the co-director of the Eisenberg & Baum Law Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing as well as the director of the firms appellate practice. As a civil rights attorney, he concentrates his work on the enforcement of civil rights for all protected persons under local, state and federal laws. He has a dual skill set of both an effective trial court litigator and an experienced appellate lawyer. Mr. Rozynski is unique in his willingness to tackle problems other lawyers shy away from and uses creativity to find winning strategies that aren’t readily apparent. He is known for successfully litigating cases of first impression.
Mr. Rozynski litigates nationally and is admitted to over 40 Federal District and Appellate Courts located in over 25 states. In his short career, he has obtained over 25 verdicts from juries, judges and arbitrators in favor of his clients.
In addition to his litigation practice, Mr. Rozynski has extensive experience in both state and federal appellate courts across the nation, including arguing before the United States Supreme Court. He has obtained, multiple favorable decisions from Courts of Appeals across the country overturning decisions against his clients and affirming favorable decisions for his clients from lower court judges.
In addition to his broad work on various civil rights cases, Mr. Rozynski has a wide array of experience of litigating cases involving Deaf discrimination. Mr. Rozynski is a CODA (Child of Deaf Adults) and has 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 handling cases of national importance and impact involving discrimination against persons in hospitals, businesses, housing providers, government, courts, nursing homes, prisons, colleges, and employment; his cases have been profiled in publications such as The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, ABC News, Huffington Post, USA Today, and Associated Press. On television, Mr. Rozynski has appeared on Fox News and his cases have appeared on ABC, NBC and CBS.
Mr. Rozynski enjoys educating and mentoring other attorneys as well as speaking to groups about civil rights and welcomes any opportunity to do so. Mr. Rozynski has worked closely with and maintains good relationships with other civil rights advocacy organizations, including the United States Department of Justice and organizations such as the NAACP, ACLU and National Fair Housing Alliance.