Roman, Stan


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Stan Roman has extensive trial and appellate experience in complex commercial matters, and has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in significant business disputes for more than thirty-five years. He has defended the major accounting firms, the country’s largest law firms, directors and officers of public companies, employers, and others who have been sued or investigated. He has prosecuted and defended scores of cases involving large business transactions. He has had great success in many significant trials, in both federal and state courts.

Stan focuses on achieving practical solutions to legal problems. He has handled litigation matters for foreign and domestic clients involving securities, contract disputes, partnership disputes, fraud and embezzlement, real estate, white collar crime, distributorship disputes, hospital liability, product liability, and construction accidents, many of which involved jury and court trials, administrative trials, arbitrations and alternative dispute resolution proceedings.

He has handled appeals in the United States Supreme Court, the Ninth and Fifth Circuit Courts of Appeals, the California Supreme Court and the California Courts of Appeal. He has extensive experience as an arbitrator, mediator and judge pro tem.

Prior to joining Coblentz, Stan was a founding partner of litigation boutique Keller, Sloan & Roman LLP, and before that was a partner at Bronson, Bronson & McKinnon.

Stan has served on the State Bar of California’s Committee on Federal Courts, and was Chair of the Professional Liability Committee of the Defense Research Institute (a national organization of defense attorneys and in-house counsel). He has also served as a Judge Pro Tem and Mandatory Settlement Conference Officer of the San Francisco Superior Court.

Stan earned his J.D., with honors, from the University of Texas School of Law (1979), and graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a B.A. in philosophy (1976).