The team at Rose Law Firm provides the knowledge, skill, and breadth of a larger firm with the full care, attention, and competitive pricing that comes with a smaller practice. Our attorneys have on average 20 years of experience, with most attorneys having practiced at big firms for many years. This experience allows us to strategize and execute deals and litigation efficiently, saving our clients money and maximizing value. In addition to our core team, we have developed an extensive network of independent attorneys with whom we work closely. These attorneys are experts in their areas and can complement Rose Law Firm’s team when appropriate.

Adam Rose


Business Transitions & Litigation


Charlie Ford

Of Counsel

Corporate & Litigation


Heather Harriman

Of Counsel



Bruce Knivila

Of Counsel

Corporate Transactions


Spencer Young

Of Counsel

Corporate & Real Estate Law

Elaina Bauer

Elaina Bauer

Associate Attorney

Corporate Law


Crystal Hutchens

Associate Attorney

Business Transitions & Tax Law


Brian Riske

Associate Attorney

Corporate & Estate Planning



Don Koehler

Independent Attorney

Litigation & Real Estate


Eric Lang

Independent Attorney

Business Litigation

Rebecka Whitmarsh-Wilson 2

Rebecka Whitmarsh-Wilson

Independent Attorney

Labor and Employment

Differences Between Firm Attorneys and Independent Attorneys:

Rose Law Firm, P.C. provides legal services through both employed and independent contractor attorneys.  Attorneys who are identified as “Principals,” “Associates,” or “Of Counsel” are considered members of the law firm or “Firm Attorneys”.  All Firm Attorneys maintain a common and centralized conflict-of-interest checking system to avoid conflicts of interest.

Rose Law Firm also maintains collaborative relationships with independent lawyers and law firms in various state jurisdictions around the United States.  Any attorney who is identified on our website as an “Independent Attorney works at a law firm that is separate and independent from Rose Law Firm and is associated, from time to time, to assist and be associated with on discrete client engagements.

As contemplated by Rules of Professional Conduct 5.5, Rose Law Firm may associate with these Independent Attorneys on a matter-by-matter basis.  At the beginning of each matter when we associate an Independent Attorney, Rose Law Firm undertakes to verify that the Independent Attorney does not have an ethical conflict of interest that would prevent the Independent Attorney from working with Rose Law in representing the firms client on that matter.  Because Independent Attorneys only associate with Rose Law Firm on specific and discrete matters, Rose Law Firm does not maintain a centralized conflict-of-interest checking system with the Independent Attorneys



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