Fox Rothschild and Rollin Braswell Fisher to Merge

Note: This post has been updated to correct the spelling of Rollin Braswell Fisher.

Nationwide law firm Fox Rothschild announced today that it will merge with Greenwood Village-based commercial litigation firm Rollin Braswell Fisher. Six RBF Law attorneys will join the larger firm’s office effective Monday.

“We’re pleased to welcome this exceptional team of tenacious litigators from Rollin Braswell,” said Fox Rothschild Chair Mark Silow in a press release. “We’ve been exploring many avenues of strategic growth in Denver and found a superb match with this group.”

“Fox Rothschild is a terrific fit for us,” said Maritza Dominguez Braswell, who founded RBF Law with Michael Rollin and Caleb Durling. “We are seeking a national platform for our practice and clients, and Fox’s geographic reach provides that for us.”

RBF Law represents companies and individuals in high-stakes litigation and appeals in state and federal courts. The attorneys have significant experience litigating complex disputes on a variety of matters, including residential mortgage-backed securities and other financial products and services disputes, non-compete agreements and trade secrets, products liability, and other complex commercial disputes.

At Fox Rothschild, Rollin and Braswell will head a practice group devoted to capital markets and asset-backed securities litigation, with a presence in both Denver and New York.

“This year marks our five-year anniversary of Fox’s merger with Lottner Rubin Fishman Saul, P.C., which added 16 attorneys to the Denver office that originally opened in 2012,” said Rick Rubin, Fox Rothschild’s Denver office managing partner. “We’re excited to welcome these six attorneys and embark upon this new chapter for Fox in the region.”

In addition to Rollin and Braswell, Caleb Durling and Marsha Piccone will join Fox Rothschild as partners. Edgar Barraza and G. Steve Caravajal will join as associates. RBF Law had a total of 12 attorneys listed on its website as of Thursday. The remaining attorneys chose not to join the move, Braswell said.