We are pleased to announce that Brooke M. Rotstein has joined the Chicago office as a Partner in the firm’s Litigation practice group, specializing in commercial and insurance coverage litigation. She has extensive experience in the storage, transportation, and warehousing industries in addition to the camp and youth program sector.

Ms. Rotstein has 20 years of experience in the practice of law with 15 years of high-profile trial and litigation experience at an AmLaw 100 firm. She has represented numerous insurance companies in coverage and bad faith litigation arising out of commercial general liability, excess, condominium, trucking, directors & officers, homeowners, automobile, and jewelers block policies as well as insurance defense litigation involving professional liability, premises liability, products liability, construction defect, and personal injury cases. Ms. Rotstein also represented the largest self-storage owner-operator in contract disputes involving fees, lien sales and allegations of consumer fraud and unfair competition as well as various real estate, licensing, tax, zoning, and ordinance disputes with local municipalities across the country.

Prior to joining Potomac Law, Ms. Rotstein served as V.P. and General Counsel of a leading consumer storage business where she developed from the ground up the company’s legal department, advising the business on both corporate and litigation matters. Ms. Rotstein provided strategic legal advice on corporate governance, commercial contracts, data privacy and security, intellectual property, employment, litigation, claims and risk management. She also led the company through a merger of equals by managing the due diligence process and post-closing integration.

She received her J.D., with honors, from the Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology and her B.A., with distinction, from the University of Michigan.

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