Bruce McBrien - Partner

A Business Insider with a Passion for Your Rights.

     Bruce McBrien has worked in senior management positions, at multi-national companies, for over twenty years.  During that time he has experienced and observed many of the challenges and missteps that employees face as they navigate the world of their employer.  He has experienced, and can relate to, many aspects of the employee – employer relationship.

     Mr. McBrien is licensed to practice law in the State of New York. He is also licensed to practice

law in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York.  Mr. McBrien is a member of the National Employment Lawyers Association, a member of the American Bar association, the New York State Bar Association and the Suffolk Bar Association.

     Mr. McBrien received his law degree from the Touro Law Center in Long Island, New York.  He also has a Masters of Business Administration from Wake Forest University and Bachelor’s degree in Business from Fairfield University in Connecticut.  

Rosemarie Barnett - Of Counsel

A Litigator with a Passion for Immigration and Family Law Matters.

   Rosemarie is experienced in litigating cases from start to finish, including working with experts, representing clients at hearings, negotiating settlement agreements and appellate work. She is also experienced in alternatives to litigation such as mediation and pre-filing settlements.

     Rosemarie’s litigation practice focuses on matrimonial and family law, employment law and immigration law. She is currently litigating claims in United States 



District Court, New York Supreme Court, Family Court and Immigration Court.

     Rosemarie has made significant pro bono contributions in areas of immigration and family law, winning asylum for several clients including a constitutional law scholar from China, a transgender woman from Mexico and recent child arrivals from Central American countries.

     Rosemarie graduated summa cum laude from Touro Law Center in 2001 as the Salutatorian of her class, winning several awards for academic excellence. She was a member of the Touro Law Review and served as a LEAP teaching assistant in Torts.

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