I advocate for my clients in strong, clear language, both in writing and in the courtroom. I prepare diligently, think on my feet, and provide strategic answers to the questions that judges pose to me. In my interactions with my clients, I emphasize attentiveness and stay in constant communication – always available to answer their questions. I want clients to feel 100 percent confident in my abilities and dedication to their cases.
Representing a national client base in New York state and federal courts, Roshene Kemp advises financial services institutions in consumer financial services litigation and lender liability and creditors’ rights matters. She helps defend self-insured corporations in general liability matters, where she assists clients in preventing, mitigating, and managing exposure through risk, claims, and litigation management.
Roshene handles commercial litigation for businesses in many industries, counseling them in breach of contract and related matters. She appreciates the fact-based nature of this part of her practice and enjoys the challenge of dissecting cases, determining how and where things went awry, and devising sound resolutions. When clients come to her with problems, Roshene finds it satisfying to identify clauses in a statute or recent case law that protects them and constructs ways to remedy these situations.
While Roshene serves as a problem-solver, she’s also a problem-preventer by helping clients comply with rules and regulations to avoid litigation. In this compliance role, she advises clients on any potential exposure to violations of various state and federal statutes, including the Truth in Lending Act (TILA), Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), and other consumer protection laws. In helping clients avoid potential exposure, Roshene recommends efficient preventative measures that help organizations protect their valuable reputations while managing their businesses effectively.