Neal Roth Inducted into International Academy of Trial Lawyers

Neal Roth Inducted into International Academy of Trial Lawyers

Grossman Roth Yaffa Cohen is pleased to announce that Founding Partner Neal Roth has been inducted as a Fellow into the International Academy of Trial Lawyers during a ceremony at the IATL’s Mid-Year Meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Roth, a respected trial lawyer with over 40 years of experience litigating high-profile civil claims on behalf of plaintiffs, becomes one of just 500 active trial lawyers from the U.S. to earn a spot in the invitation-only organization. He joins GRYC Partners Stuart Grossman and Andy Yaffa as an IATL Fellow.

The International Academy of Trial Lawyers (IATL) is a prestigious group of elite lawyers representing all sides of the trial bar. As Fellowship is limited to 500 U.S. attorneys, invitations are extended only after an extremely vigorous evaluation process that includes both peer and judicial review. Attorneys admitted to the IATL are those who demonstrate exceptional trial skills, unparalleled professionalism and integrity, and careers that exemplify the highest standards and techniques of trial advocacy.

Neal Roth is a nationally renowned plaintiffs’ trial lawyer and Co-Founder of Grossman Roth Yaffa Cohen. Over his more than 40+ years in practice, Roth’s work representing victims in complex and consequential cases has helped our firm secure precedent-setting results, record recoveries, and millions of dollars in compensation for clients. In addition to fighting for consumers and victims of negligence, Roth is a Past President of the Florida Justice Association and actively engaged in civil and philanthropic undertakings.


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