Linda Singer Roth focuses her practice on commercial litigation and, since 1984, has prosecuted and defended numerous matters involving claims for breach of contract, unfair competition, misappropriation of trade secrets and fraud. Although Linda often litigates in the state and federal courts in New York and New Jersey where she is admitted to practice, she is equally comfortable representing clients in alternative dispute resolution forums such as arbitrations and mediations.
Prior to joining Tarter Krinsky & Drogin in 2006, Linda was senior counsel at Fulbright & Jaworski, where for 15 years, she was a member of the litigation and intellectual property practice groups. After leaving Fulbright, she spent four years managing her own general practice.
Prosecuting claims on behalf of a national insurance company against a computer software developer who intentionally failed to deliver a customized computer software system.
Defending a cellular telephone company accused of making negligent and intentional misrepresentations by failing to properly disclose its practice of rounding-up airtime charges
Representing a Major League Baseball team sued by a player who was released from one of its farm teams.
Representing a real estate developer in an action brought by a community civil rights organization claiming that the State of New Jersey regularly engaged in discrimination by awarding federal tax credits to real estate developers who developed low-income housing in urban rather than suburban locations.
apple seeds LLC is a growing organization that provides indoor playground facilities, classes, birthday parties and other activities. As an emerging and growing business, apple seeds needed a business-minded legal partner who understood the challenges of being a middle market business. They needed help building the company from the ground floor up, and providing a solid foundation for future growth.
Litigation partner and Corporate Investigations chair Anthony Dougherty and Litigation partner Linda Roth’s case involving a wrestler at Bergen Catholic High School who accused his coach of sex abuse was featured in a NorthJersey.com’s article.
On April 13, 2017, the Appellate Division, First Department affirmed the August 2016 decision of the New York County Supreme Court in which TKD secured a victory on behalf of our client, 152 W. 58th Owners Corp., where our client was awarded license fees for access by the petitioner, as well as reimbursement of our client’s engineering and legal fees and a per diem penalty of $500 if the work was not completed during the court-ordered license term.