Colin Rolfs represents clients in complex commercial disputes in state and federal court.  He has experience in employment, real estate, finance, intellectual property, cybersecurity, class actions, and other business matters.

Representative Matters:

  • Represented an education technology company in a lawsuit brought by a former executive employee, alleging breach of his employment agreement.
  • Represented a real estate developer in a lawsuit against another developer for trademark infringement and breach of an option agreement for the purchase of an apartment complex.
  • Represented an insurance company seeking the return of documents misappropriated by a former employee and then produced in litigation.  The state court ordered the return of all misappropriated documents.
  • Represented a solar energy company in a class action in federal court asserting violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, obtaining a complete dismissal.
  • Represented security contractors in a class action alleging violations of the California Labor Code and Fair Credit Reporting Act.
  • Represented workers’ compensation insurance carriers in lawsuits filed in state and federal court asserting the companies hacked the litigation files of workers’ compensation applicants.
  • Represented a solar panel manufacturer in a securities fraud lawsuit filed against the company in federal court, obtaining a complete dismissal.

Prior to joining Miller Barondess, LLP, Colin was a litigation associate at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP in Los Angeles.  Colin also served as a law clerk for the Honorable Josephine L. Staton of the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.

Colin received his Juris Doctor from the UCLA School of Law, where he served on the UCLA Law Review and graduated Order of the Coif.  Colin received his Bachelor’s Degree summa cum laude from Northwestern University, where he majored in Philosophy.

Colin is admitted to practice in California.

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