Miriam A. Ross Esq.
About Miriam A. Ross Esq.Miriam A. Ross, Esq. is a business attorney with extensive industry and business experience as an in-house counsel (Dayco Corporation, Textron Inc. and GTECH Corporation) and in the private practice of law. She serves as the trusted legal advisor for counsel and assistance with the evaluation, structuring and negotiation of the full range of business transactions, contracts, litigation, licensing, development, corporate and governance issues, as well as advice on day-to-day legal issues, employment matters, and operational matters.
The Law Offices of Miriam A. Ross, Esq. are primarily focused on providing smaller and medium-sized businesses (profit and not-for-profit) and business owners with the same type and quality of legal advice and counsel enjoyed by organizations with in-house legal staff. The firm brings practical strategies and the right mix of legal insight and judgment for the many issues organizations and their leadership faces within the clients' time frame and budget. The firm represents a variety of businesses and organizations, including sole proprietorships, service, hospitality, environmental, manufacturing, marketing, food distribution and services, software design, and Internet/Web companies, as well as business consultants and nonprofit organizations.
Ms. Ross is an adjunct professor at Roger Williams University, School of Law, teaching corporate governance and business ethics/compliance. In 2010 she garnered a respectable showing running as a first-time candidate for the Rhode Island State Senate.
Miriam has a private mediation practice offering impartial mediation services to the legal and business communities for the resolution of commercial and business disputes. Miriam has served as a mediator in a wide variety of cases, including commercial and contract disputes, construction, environmental, business partnerships and employment matters.
Miriam is one of six chairs (and only female chair) of the RI Small Business Economic Summit sponsored by the U.S. Small Business Administration and RI Small Business Development Corporation at Johnson & Wales University, where she is also on the Advisory Board. Miriam is an active member of Smaller Business Association of New England (SBANE), RI Chapter (a business advocacy organization) and its government affairs committee. Miriam is on the Continuing Education and Business Organization Committees of the Rhode Island Bar Association. Miriam also serves on several non-profit community boards.
- Arbitration & Mediation
- Business Law
- International Law
- Free Consultation
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|University of Michigan - Ann Arbor||B.A.||Political Science; Latin American Studies|
|Cleveland State University||J.D.||Law|
|Chair, Energy Committee--RI Small Business Economic Summit||U.S. Small Business Administration||2007-Current|
|Epsilon II Class||Leadership Rhode Island||2009-2010|
|Women in Business Champion for New England and Rhode Island, U.S. Small Business Administration|
|Achievement Honoree, Providence Business News (PBN)|
|Adjunct Professor, Roger Williams School of Law|
|Member, Rhode Island Bar Association|
|Activities: Business Organizations Committee CLE Committee|