Michael Rosow is a partner in Maslon's Financial Services Group who represents clients in loan workouts, creditor remedies, and bankruptcy; financial services litigation; and real estate litigation. He enjoys tackling highly complex cases that require his zealous advocacy in the courtroom, as well as completing transactional work in partnership with banks and other financial institutions to ensure they accomplish their business goals.
Michael has deep experience guiding workout professionals to implement collections processes and determining how best to enforce their rights as creditors. He also works on the collection of unsecured notes, the enforcement of secured loans, and the acquisition of assets of distressed companies.
His fluency with the business goals of financial institutions makes Michael a sought-after partner in complex bank-related litigation. He has represented clients in all manner of bank disputes, including lender liability claims, counter claims against financial institutions, coercion claims, and fraudulent inducement. He also has in-depth experience with Ponzi schemes, mortgage foreclosures, receiverships, and claim and delivery, including cases involving bankruptcy.
Michael's familiarity with real estate foreclosures has led him to represent property owners, developers, and lenders on a variety of matters, including purchase and sale disputes, boundary disputes, title insurance disputes, and mechanic's liens.
In all matters, Michael takes pride in ensuring clients understand not only the legal process but the implications of any decisions, including the cost of litigation, so that they can take the actions that best suit their goals.
Outside of work, Michael enjoys endurance sports; he has completed three Ironman triathlons, 10 marathons, several ultramarathons, and has run across the Grand Canyon and back. He is also involved in his two sons' sports and Scouting activities.
Michael earned his law degree, magna cum laude, from the University of Minnesota, where he was awarded the Order of the Coif.