At Rogers Law Practice, your attorney will hear you, ask the right questions, and provide thoughtful advice.
Rogers Law Practice was founded in 2020 as a Florida Corporation during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic. The firm strives so that every business and individual can afford an experienced and effective attorney. Rogers Law Practice innovates to cut overhead costs that burden traditional brick-and-mortar law offices and typically raise costs for clients. The firm does this by operating exclusively through a virtual office, which means your attorney is available only by appointment to meet with you and talk over your next challenge. The firm's goal is to provide streamlined, tailored, and affordable legal counsel that fits your needs.
Alison D. Rogers, Esq
Rogers Law Practice is run by a lawyer who makes every phone call, recommendation, and document.
That lawyer is Alison D. Rogers, Esq. Alison practiced law in Washington D.C., Maryland, and Florida prior to founding Rogers Law Practice. Now, she uses her law degree and experience to help people like you.
She has represented unions, nonprofits and businesses, helping them understand how to avoid legal pitfalls. She provides honest, trustworthy, and helpful solutions.
A south Florida native, Alison sought education and adventure around the world. She studied international diplomacy at Boğaziçi University in Turkey, and is a graduate of Amherst College and the University of Michigan Law School.
Her representative experience in business, employment/labor, civil rights, and wills & estates, includes:
advising security officer's union during negotiations of contractual bargaining agreements with MGM National Harbor: Hotel & Casino, Fort Washington, MD;
representing client before the EEOC in workplace race discrimination matter, winning judgment for client awarding hundreds of thousands in lost wages, $50,000 in punitive damages, and injunctive relief;
advising client on wills, estate planning, assets and real estate protection after death of a parent;
converting existing corporation to new state;
incorporating nonprofit focused on music and artist advocacy
advising client on workplace policies and regulations to avoid employment disputes;
defending clients in contract and business dispute litigation;
representing clients in malpractice litigation;
defending student during expulsion hearing;
arguing for client's release from solitary confinement in jail disciplinary hearings;
To hear more about her experience, contact the firm here.
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- Dolores Huerta