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100 S.E. 2nd Street
Suite 3400
Miami, Florida 33131


Tel: 305.446.6116
Fax: 305.448.1782


Michael J. Rosen, PA., chooses not to list its clients' names on the website or elsewhere, as a statement of respect for their privacy, although these cases are often a matter of public record.

About Us

Michael J. Rosen

Michael J. Rosen

Kym E. Bennette

Kym E. Bennette

Jason E. Rosen

Jason E. Rosen

Patricia Moore

Patricia Moore

Michael J. Rosen

Michael J. Rosen has long been considered one of South Florida's foremost criminal defense trial attorneys.

Mr. Rosen has practiced law for over 40 years, specializing in federal and international criminal trials, with an emphasis on white- collar investigations and trials.

He has spent his career challenging allegations of fraud (tax, wire, mail, banking, securities, bankruptcy, and healthcare), as well as money laundering and racketeering.

With the increased number of prosecutions for violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and child pornography, Mr. Rosen's practice has expanded into these areas.

Mr. Rosen graduated from the University of Miami School of Law in 1974. His federal trial experience began immediately while serving as an Assistant Federal Public Defender in South Florida.

Mr. Rosen joined his father, E. David Rosen, in private practice for 25 years. Together with his brother, Larry, the Rosen law firm was engaged in some of the most important and high profile criminal cases and trials in South Florida.

Today, his son, Jason E. Rosen has joined the firm, bringing ten years of banking and securities experience.

Michael Rosen has also been an adjunct professor for many years at the University of Miami School of Law, teaching courses in Advanced Federal Criminal Procedure and RICO.

He has also been a featured speaker at international, judicial, and criminal law conferences.

Mr. Rosen places great emphasis on corporate internal review and compliance programs designed as preventative measures, enabling his corporate clients to stay current and compliant with ever- changing business legislation, as well as resolving an on-going corporate criminal inquiry at an early stage.

Being ready, willing and able to try a federal criminal case leads to two results:

  • 1. Presenting the client with the best possible trial defense OR
  • 2. Successful pre-trial resolution

  • Understanding that trials are costly, time-consuming and anxiety- inducing. "If you really work a case hard in advance of trial, you will put the government in a position where they will either dismiss the charges or make your client an extremely good offer. Short of that , you go to trial and win."


  • University of Miami School of Law; Juris Doctor (1974)
  • Bachelor of Arts; University of South Florida (1971)

  • Speaker, International Bar Association Conference 2010
  • Adjunct Professor, University of Miami School of Law 1988-2004
  • Peter T. Fay American Inns of Court at St. Thomas School of Law, Counselor ( 1991-1994)
  • Guest Speaker; Eleventh Circuit Judicial Conference
  • Chairman; Federal Bar Association Discovery Committee Southern District of Florida (1981- 1982)

  • Martindale Hubbell "AV" Rated
  • Named to " Best Lawyers in America"
  • Who's Who in American Law
  • Who's Who in International Business; Criminal Defense lawyers
  • Florida's Top Lawyers
  • Florida's Super Lawyers




  • The Florida Bar
  • American Board of Criminal Defense Lawyers
  • American Bar Association; White Collar Committee
  • National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
  • American Civil Liberties Union
  • International Bar Association

  • Kym E. Bennette

    Kym Bennette was born in Bangkok, Thailand and raised in London, England and Queens, New York. Ms. Bennette received her Bachelors of Arts in English Literature from Ursinus College in 1988 and her Juris Doctor Degree from Nova Southeastern University in 1993. Since her admission to the Florida Bar, Ms. Bennette has worked exclusively in the private sector for prominent criminal defense attorneys and became Of Counsel to the Law Firm of Michael J. Rosen, P.A., in 2000, where she continues to practice in the specialized area of White Collar Criminal Defense, in both Federal and State Court.

    Ms. Bennette's representation of individuals and corporate entities involves all phases of criminal defense ranging from pre-indictment investigations to sentencing and post conviction issues. Specific types of cases pertain to the representation of clients involving financial crimes, fraud, drug and pharmaceutical offenses, RICO and tax offenses. Ms. Bennette also assists the firm in its representation of individuals involved in related parallel civil proceedings to the criminal matter, such as regulatory or administrative proceedings with the SEC, FDA, and IRS.

    Ms. Bennette is admitted to practice in all State of Florida Courts, the United States District Courts for the Middle and Southern Districts of Florida and the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.

    Jason E. Rosen

    Jason E. Rosen- Associate who joined the firm in March 2012 as a 3rd generation Rosen attorney after graduating from Florida International University College of Law. Jason came into his legal practice with ten years of in-depth experience in securities and banking and a Bachelor's of Science in Finance from The Florida State University.

    Jason gained this extensive experience as a Financial Advisor with Banc of America Investment Services, now Bank of America Merrill Lynch, as well as a wholesale bond trader. This wide range of financial knowledge and valuable hands-on experience provides this firm with a wealth of knowledge rarely seen in the practice of law.

    Jason earned and previously maintained the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Series 7, 24, 63, 65, 66 licenses.

    While in his second and third year of law school, Jason interned as a Research Specialist with the Enforcement Division of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC"). The SEC utilized his experience in financial markets and products to assist in stock trend analysis and factual research relevant to tips, complaints, and referrals received from government agencies, whistleblowers, and the general public.

    Along with his legal practice, Jason, when called upon, serves on a panel as a FINRA arbitrator; hearing and deciding cases that involve complaints from the general public against broker dealers and financial professionals.


  • Florida International University College of Law; Juris Doctor (2011)
  • The Florida State University; Bachelor of Science in Finance (2000)

  • State of Florida
  • State of California
  • State of New York
  • State of South Carolina
  • State of North Carolina
  • United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida
  • United States District Court for the Central District of California
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit

  • The Florida Bar
  • The California Bar
  • American Bar Association
  • Dade County Bar Association
  • Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
  • Community Program Involvement

  • Legal Services of Greater Miami (2012 - 2013)
  • Put Something Back (2013 - Present)
  • Florida International University College of Law Adjunct Professor (2013)
  • Jason E. Rosen can be reached at:
  • Patricia "Trish" Moore

    Ms. Moore brings to the Rosen law firm many years of legal experience in a wide array of areas of the law. The experience Trish gained from her previous work with active civil litigators benefits our clients with her knowledge in areas that dovetail with criminal law.

    Her many years of experience as a paralegal bring a developed ability to recognize and assist in resolving potential legal issues.

    Trish also excels in the ability to manage a case with crosspurpose for both pre-trial and trial; to concisely direct both inter and intra- office communications. This leads to economic efficiency for the client and better organization and individualized attention to the overall management of a case.

    Trish is also office manager of Michael J. Rosen, P.A., delegating projects and queries to the person most qualified to fulfill an immediate need, accurately and promptly.

    Trish Moore is dedicated to the legal profession and demonstrates this by her commitment to continuing her legal education and involvement in local, regional, and national legal associations.

    Trish is a paralegal registered with the Florida Bar and earned her certification and advanced certification in discovery practices through the National Association of Legal Assistants. She was the past Vice-Chair of the FRP Committee of the Dade County Bar Association; served on the Educational Committee of the Miami- Dade Legal Support Association; and is a current member of the South Florida Chapter of Women in E- Discovery, and the South Florida Litigation Support Professionals.

    Trish welcomes your questions regarding the background of the firm, benefits of legal representation by the firm, or administration of the Firm.

    Trish Moore can be reached at:

    Martindale Hubbell
    American Board of Criminal Lawyers
    Super Lawyers
    National Association of Distinguished Counsel
    The National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Lawyers