War Stories & Lessons Learned from a Subrogation Lifer

by Mark S. Roth


Book Details

Follow along as Mr. Subro tackles litigation running the gamut from a giraffe barn fire at the King of Pop’s Neverland Ranch, to a flood caused by the Northridge Earthquake to the devastating Sayre Wildfire. Mr. Subro also touches on subjects like the value of mentorship and the importance of happy hour—and each vignette ends with lessons learned. Equal parts wit and wisdom, Mr. Subro is both a litigator’s handbook and philosophy manual which is sure to entertain and enlighten.


About the Author

Mark S. Roth

Mark S. Roth is a shareholder at Cozen O’Connor, an international law firm with 750 attorneys in 29 cities across two continents. For more than four decades, Mark has specialized in prosecuting products liability, construction defect, and government liability cases. He is an AV-rated lawyer, Martindale-Hubbell’s highest rating, and has consistently been voted by his peers as a Southern California Super Lawyer in General Litigation. Mark has authored numerous articles on subrogation law and presented seminars to many insurance companies and organizations. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Sciences and Communication from the University of Southern California and a Juris Doctor degree from Southwestern Law School, where he served as a Note & Comment Editor on the Law Review and was the recipient of the 1975 Schweitzer Moot Court Competition Outstanding Brief Award.