Howard Roitman

Las Vegas Lawyer Howard Roitman
Contact: (702) 631-5650
Law Schools: Georgetown University Law Center - Georgetown University
Georgetown University Law Center - Georgetown University
Jurisdictions: California
District of Columbia
New York
D.C. Circuit


About Howard Roitman
Howard R. Roitman, Esq. has been practicing law for 22 years. Howard Roitman is one of the first attorneys to be recognized by the State Bar of Nevada as a Certified Specialist in Estate Planning. He is a member of the Bar in Nevada, California, New York, and the District of Columbia. He is a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center (JD in 1984 and LL.M in taxation in 1985), and the Harvard University Mediation Program (2004). He is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP®), Charted Life Underwriter (CLU), and a Chartered Financial Consultant (ChFC).

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The study was conducted by the respected Rand Institute. It found that auto accident victims who hire attorneys receive about 25% more money than auto accident victims who do not hire attorneys — even after deducting all costs.

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Practice Areas
  • Animal & Dog Law
  • Broker Fraud
  • Estate Planning
  • Personal Injury
  • Probate
  • Products Liability
Additional Practice Areas
  • Arbitration and Mediation
  • Car Accidents
  • Insurance Bad Faith
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Contingent Fees
  • Free Consultation
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
District of Columbia
New York
D.C. Circuit
Estate Planning Certification (Nevada Bar)
Professional Experience
Howard Roitman & Associates
Settment Judge,
Settlement Program Overview The Supreme Court’s Settlement Program is an Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) program that was started in 1997. Since its inception, 53% of the cases assigned to the program have settled. The program is administered under the provisions of Nevada Rule of Appellate Procedure 16 ( NRAP 16 ). Mediation The ADR method of the program is MEDIATION. Mediation is a process in which an impartial third party, a Settlement Judge, assists the parties in reaching a mutually acceptable solution to their dispute. The settlement judge doesn’t decide the outcome of the case, but rather assists the parties in communicating their positions and interests in order to promote understanding, reconciliation, and a mutually acceptable solution to the dispute. In doing so, the settlement judge may ask questions, help define issues, and assist in the generation and evaluation of settlement proposals. Mediation provides the parties with an opportunity to resolve their case themselves. Settlement Judges Settlement Judges (biographies) are appointed by the Supreme Court based on an evaluation of the applicant’s education, training and experience. Settlement judges are required to have a high degree of training and experience in mediation skills. Most settlement judges also have significant legal experience as practicing attorneys, including specialized experience in the unique issues that arise in appellate work. All settlement judges’ professional biographies are available on this web site.
Las Vegas Lawyer, Las Vegas Lawyer Howard Roitman
Las Vegas Lawyer Howard Roitman, Helps People injured in, Wrecks, Crashes, Falls, Animal Attacks, Roll Overs, Fires, Aircraft Crashes.
American CollegeotherFinance, Insurance
Honors: CFP
Georgetown University Law Center - Georgetown UniversityLL.M. (1986)Tax
Honors: America Jurisprudence Prize for Scholarship in Constitutional Law. Dean's List
Activities: The Juris Doctor Program strives to prepare students to be superb lawyers who combine the highest analytical ability with ethical sensitivity.
Details: Explores the basic principles governing private lawsuits for damages for wrongs that are noncontractual, including consideration of the concepts of strict liability, liability based on fault, intentional and negligent interference with personal and property interests and defenses thereto, recoverable damages, and related problems.
Georgetown University Law Center - Georgetown UniversityJ.D. (1985)Law
Details: Master of Laws (LL.M.) Annually ranked among the preeminent programs of its kind, the Master of Laws in Taxation program has the highest enrollment (more than 200 students) among the graduate programs at the Law Center. Georgetown 's Tax LL.M. program offers a unique combination of expert adjunct faculty and full-time tax faculty, one of the most extensive tax curricula taught anywhere, and the opportunity to experience Washington, DC, the nation's center of tax policymaking, rulemaking, and publishing. Adjunct faculty drawn from the staffs of Congressional tax-writing committees, the U.S. Department of the Treasury, the IRS, the United States Tax Court, the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation, as well as leading law and accounting firms, teach most of the graduate level courses. Full-time tax faculty oversee the curriculum and teach basic courses in the program, as well as advanced seminars, primarily in the J.D. Division.
State University of New York - Stony BrookB.A. (1981)Ploi. Sci.
Honors: PHI SIGMA ALPHA, Honor Society, Regents Scholarship for academic excellence.
Activities: The study of how societies make collective decisions through politics and government.
Details: Political Science is the study of how societies make collective decisions through politics and government. It is subdivided into the following areas: * American politics (study of American institutions and practices); * comparative politics (study of foreign governments); * international relations (study of war, international organization and foreign policies); * political theory (study of the bases of legitimate political authority); * political behavior (study of why people vote and act as they do in political matters); and * public policy (study of organizational decision making and the consequences of government action).
State University of New York - Stony BrookM.A. (1982)Public Policy Program
Honors: PHI SIGMA ALPHA, honor society
Activities: enrolled in full-time study
Details: The M.A. in Public Policy Program continued its expansion in 2005 and 2006. Last June, thirty students received their Masters degrees, making the 2005 class the largest in the programâs six-year history. This June thirty-three students received their Masterâs degrees, and we expect at least forty students to be enrolled in full-time study in September. The graduating students are utilizing their degrees to pursue diverse objectives. One former student is Empire Zone Coordinator for the Town of Brookhaven; in that position he is responsible for attracting business to the Townâs 1280 acres of zoned land and for administering a Workforce Development Program for economically depressed areas. Another former student performed an internship in the office of a state legislator, and then was hired to work in that office full-time. Among the current students, one works full-time as a Public Affairs Representative in the Media & Communications Office of Brookhaven National Laboratory, while another is Director of the Nassau County Office of Emergency Management & Homeland Security. Masterâs students are required to contribute to the community in the form of 200-hour internships, typically in government offices and non-profit organizations. Some examples of internships students performed this year are: Public Policy Program Highlights Stony Brook University Dr. Scott Basinger, M.A. Program Director United States Congress New York State Assembly and New York State Senate Central Pine Barrens Joint Planning and Policy Commission Peconic Estuary Program (in Suffolk County Department of Health Services â Office of Ecology) Long Island Regional Planning Board New York City Housing Authority New York City Public Advocate Office These internships provide students a valuable opportunity to put classroom lessons to work, and create momentum in their pursuit of civic service.
Accredited Estate Planner (AEP), National Association of Estate Planers & Councils
Professional estate planners can now achieve an accreditation that acknowledges their experience and specialization in estate planning. The Accredited Estate Planner is available to attorneys, Chartered Life Underwriters, Certified Public Accountants, Certified Trust and Financial Advisers, Chartered Financial Consultants, and Certified Financial Planners. The AEP designation is awarded by the National Association of Estate Planners & Councils to professionals who meet stringent experience and education qualifications including two graduate level courses administered by The American College. About the National Association of Estate Planners & Councils The National Association of Estate Planners & Councils (NAEPC) is a national organization of professional estate planners and affiliated Estate Planning Councils focused on establishing and monitoring the highest professional and educational standards. NAEPC fosters public awareness of the quality services rendered by professionals who meet these standards. NAEPC builds a team approach involving cross-professional disciplines to better serve the public need in estate planning.
The Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section Certificate of Achievement, The Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section
TIPS enriches the tort, trial and insurance fields of law through CLE programs, comprehensive periodicals, cutting-edge publications, and innovative online resources.
CIA Arbitrator, Charted Institute of Arbitrators
The Institute was granted a Royal Charter in 1979. Charters are reserved for professional institutions and charities working in the public interest, which represent a field of activity that is unique and not covered by any other professional body. The Institute is a charity, not for profit and is the only membership body that covers the entire range of dispute resolution processes on a global basis. As a learned society the Institute has demonstrated pre-eminence, stability and permanence in private dispute resolution. Significant changes to the Institute's governing structure have resulted from the new Charter and Bye-laws granted in 2005, which reflect the need to represent the Institute's worldwide membership. The Royal Charter and Bye-Laws lay down rules for the running of CIArb, including sections on the election of members, the supervision and discipline of members, entrance fees and subscriptions, AGMs and the composition of Boards and Committees, as well as containing full definitions of each membership grade, including conferring Chartered Arbitrator status. If we wish to change any item that is contained within the Royal Charter, we must present this before the Privy Council. The Bye-Laws can be changed at an Extraordinary General Meeting of members (passed by at least three-quarters of the members), and the Institute's Regulations can be amended by the Board of Trustees. * the Royal Charter can only be changed by the Privy Council * the Bye-Laws can be changed by members at an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) * the Regulations can be amended by the Board of Trustees The Royal Charter and Bye-Laws and our Regulations can be viewed in the Resources section of this web-page.
Deans List, Gerogetown University Law Center
Dean's List: * The Dean's List is awarded to those Juris Doctor degree students who place in the top third based upon their annual grade-point average. First-year students must place in the top third of their first-year section. Upperclass students meet different top-third cutoffs depending upon whether or not they are in the graduating class. For Master of Laws students Graduating with Distinction * LL.M. Candidates who are interested in being considered for the possibility of graduating with distinction must attain a cumulative grade point average in the top third of the entire graduating LL.M. class. Dean's List * An LL.M. student who graduates in the top one-third of the graduating students in his or her specific LL.M. degree program will be designated as a Dean’s List graduate for that specific LL.M. degree program. Dean’s List designation will be granted for the following LL.M. degree programs: Individualized, International Legal Studies, General Studies, Securities & Financial Regulation and Taxation.
Am Jur. Prize Consitiutional Law, Am. Jur., West, Prize Constitutional Law
The American Jurisprudence Award (AmJur award) is given to those law students who receive the highest grade in each class
Phi Sigma Alpha Honnor, Phi Sigma Alpha Honnor society
Scholarship for Academic Excellence , State of New York
Scholarship for Academic Excellence
Certified Financial Planner Certificant, Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards
Modeled on the licensing examinations given to attorneys or Certified Public Accountants (CPAs), the Certified Financial Planner Certification Examination was further evidence of CFP Board's progress in ensuring the qualifications of Certified Financial Planner Board certificants in the practice of financial planning. Founded in 1985 as a nonprofit professional regulatory organization, the mission of Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. (CFP Board) is to benefit the public by granting the Certified Financial Planner certification and upholding it as the recognized standard of excellence for personal financial planning. The mission of Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. (CFP Board) is to benefit the public by granting the Certified Financial Planner certification and upholding it as the recognized standard of excellence for personal financial planning. The Board of Directors, in furthering CFP Board Certified Financial Planner certificants and other stakeholders.
Chartered Financial Consultant, Financial Planning Association
Certified Financial Planner, CFP® The Certified Financial Planner (CFP) designation is an internationally recognized standard for financial planning. It is granted by the Financial Planners Standards Council (FPSC). Advocis is one of the FPSC's founding member organizations offering courses leading to the CFP designation. An advisor with a CFP may help you with personal financial planning and offer advice on investment products and strategies. Chartered Life Underwriter, CLU® The Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU) is a professional financial advisor specializing in developing effective solutions for individuals, business owners and professionals in the areas of income replacement, risk management, estate planning, and wealth transfer. For more than 80 years, the CLU designation has been widely recognized as a mark of excellence in the industry. Chartered Financial Consultant, CH.F.C A Chartered Financial Consultant (CH.F.C.) is a financial advisor with advanced knowledge in wealth accumulation and retirement planning. An advisor with a CH.F.C. is an expert in retirement planning and capital accumulation strategies.
Professional Associations
Certificate of Achievement, Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section American Bar Assoc
Activities: TIPS enriches the tort, trial and insurance fields of law through CLE programs, comprehensive periodicals, cutting-edge publications, and innovative online resources. TIPS strives to keep our members at the forefront of emerging issues and technologies. This year has been replete with breaking issues and TIPS has been a leader on the national scene. Your membership in the Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section not only offers you great benefits; it helps advance the ethical practice of law
Member, Nevada State Bar # 4731


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