Meet California Lemon Law Lawyer Hallen D. Rosner
California lemon lawyer Hallen D. Rosner has dual Bachelor Degrees from the University of California at Berkeley and obtained his Juris Doctorate from the University of San Diego Law School in 1983. While in law school, Mr. Rosner was both a member of the law review and a regional moot court representative.
Mr. Rosner handled his first CA Lemon Law case while he was still a law student. Also during law school, he began working with one of the noted consumer advocates in the country, Professor Robert Fellmeth. Robert Fellmeth was one of the two original "Nader's Raiders" and is a Professor of Consumer Law at the University of San Diego and founder of the Center for Public Interest Law.
Based upon the success of his first case, Mr. Rosner continued to handle auto fraud and California Lemon Law matters, working with Professor Fellmeth before and after graduation from law school. Mr. Rosner was admitted to the California State Bar in 1983. Following graduation from law school, Professor Fellmeth and Mr. Rosner started their own consumer protection firm.
Ultimately, Professor Fellmeth returned to teaching on a full-time basis, but since then Mr. Rosner has handled California consumer protection matters over the past 17 years. In that time, Mr. Rosner and his law firm have now handled over one thousand California Lemon Law and auto fraud cases resulting in several prominent published opinions.
- See Bishop v. Hyundai Motor America (4th Dist. 1996) 44 Cal.App.4th 750; Foreman v. National R.V., Inc. (4th Dist. 1995) 34 Cal.App.4th 1072.)
- Thompson v. 10,000 RV Sales (4th Dist. 2005) 130 Cal. App. 4th 950
- Graciano v. Robinson Ford, (4th Dist. 2006) 144 Cal. App. 4th 140
- Lewis v. Robinson Ford (4th Dist. 2007) 2007 Cal. App. LEXIS 1750
In addition, Mr. Rosner has litigated to trial and resolved numerous California consumer class actions, including:
- Shames v. Pacific Bell, San Diego Superior Court Case No. GIC 751324, challenging the failure of Pac Bell to offer a 4 hour time window to consumers as required by law (settlement resulted in a change of practices and was valued at over $20 million)
- Critney v. National City Ford, San Diego Superior Court Case No. GIS 814990, challenging the failure of a car dealership to disclose vehicles as having been prior rentals (settlement resulted in practice changes and consumers receiving $1,000 cash each)
In the last seven years alone, Mr. Rosner has prepared for trial or tried at least ten actions, including four class action lawsuits. Mr. Rosner has served as a California Lemon Law conference moderator, given numerous presentations regarding consumer rights and warranty law, appeared as an expert before a California State Senate subcommittee, and provided opinions on consumer legislation to legislators.
If you are in need of an experienced California lemon lawyer who is well-versed in California Lemon Law and Auto Fraud issues, contact Hallen D. Rosner or any of the California lemon law lawyers at Rosner, Barry & Babbitt, LLP.