Mr. Rosenblum is a partner at Ballard Spahr LLP and Vice-Chair of the firm’s Consumer Financial Services Group. His practice focuses
on federal and state lending and consumer practices laws, with emphasis on the interplay between federal and state laws. He regularly provides guidance
on the scope of preemption of federal usury laws, federal banking laws, and consumer protection laws. In addition to his consumer lending and consumer
litigation practice, Mr. Rosenblum represents banks, thrifts, and other entities in charter transactions; mergers, acquisitions, and conversions; the
introduction of new products; geographic expansion; asset securitizations; purchases of loan servicing rights; and public offerings and private placements of
equity and debt instruments.
Mr. Rosenblum’s practice involves regular dealings with industry trade groups and regulators. In this regard, he has drafted a
number of amicus curiae briefs, to the Supreme Court and other courts, on behalf of a number of industry and business trade groups, including the
American Bankers Association, the Consumer Bankers Association, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the Mortgage Bankers Association, and the
American Financial Services Association.
Mr. Rosenblum has been named as a tier one banking and consumer financial services lawyer by Chambers USA since 2008, and has
been named in The Best Lawyers in America under banking and finance law since 2008. He is a graduate of Stanford University and Yale Law School.
- Founding Fellow, American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers
- Member, ABA Section of Business Law, Consumer Financial Services Committee
- Past Co-Chair, ABA Committee’s Preemption and Federalism Subcommittee (previously known as Sub-Committee on Federal Preemption, Conflict of Laws, and Usury)
- Past Vice Chair, ABA Committee’s Interstate Delivery of Financial Services Subcommittee
- Past Vice Chair, ABA Committee’s Long-Range Planning Subcommittee
- Member, Conference on Consumer Finance Law Governing Committee
- Financial Services Advisor, Consumer Financial Services Law Report