Roger is an associate of the firm, working primarily in the firm's Class Action and Complex Litigation Group. He represents the interests of investors, consumers, and small businesses in the areas of shareholder rights, antitrust law, consumer fraud and real estate.
Roger obtained his Juris Doctor degree from Washington University in St. Louis. While in law school, Roger was an editor for the Washington University Journal of Law and Public Policy, and President of the Federalist Society. He earned his undergraduate degree in history from Arizona State University.
Prior to moving to New York, Roger practiced in St. Louis, Missouri, where he represented small and mid-sized businesses in state court litigation.
Apart from maintaining an active practice, Roger is also an amateur historian. He is working on his first book, a biography of Thurlow Weed, a prominent 19th Century politician who worked as Abraham Lincoln's campaign advisor.
Roger is an active member of the Victorian Society of Metropolitan New York, the Montauk Club, and the Museum of the City of New York.
Roger is admitted to practice law in New York and Missouri.