David M. Rogero is an AV Preeminent Peer-rated attorney specializing in copyright and trademark matters, and business litigation. Mr. Rogero has 40 years’ experience as a practicing attorney and is admitted to practice in all state and federal courts in Florida.

Mr. Rogero has extensive experience in securing trademark registrations, maintaining registrations, litigating trademark disputes before the Trademark Trial and Appeals Board, and litigating trademark infringement claims in state and federal courts.

In the area of copyrights, Mr. Rogero has assisted clients with the registration of their copyright claims in music, literature, photographs and other visual arts and television programs. He has prosecuted dozens of copyright infringement suits in federal courts throughout Florida, and has assisted clients in defending against copyright infringement claims.

Leadership, Membership & Honors

  • Florida Bar Chairman
  • Active committee member in the Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Section
  • Board of Directors of the Dade County Bar Association
  • Chairman of the Legal Aid and Public Service Committee
  • Member of the Copyright Society of the United States


  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance from the University of Florida
  • Law degree, with Honors, from the University of Florida School of Law

Mr. Rogero has many years of experience handling business disputes and commercial litigation matters, including breach of contract claims, co-owner disputes, and defamation claims.

Mr. Rogero has years of experience in representing businesses in the television industry, both local stations and networks, in many different types of contracts, disputes and litigation.

Because he is admitted to practice in all state and federal courts in Florida, Mr. Rogero is available to serve as local counsel to assist out-of-state attorneys to represent clients in litigation in Florida.

We cannot expect people to have respect for law and order until we teach respect to those we have entrusted to enforce those laws.

Good Works

Mr. Rogero’s pro bono activities are largely focused on juvenile justice matters, serving as an attorney ad litem for a number of children in dependency matters, and as attorney for children in contested custody matters.

Mr. Rogero has been active in the American Red Cross, serving as chairman of the board of the Greater Miami and the Keys Chapter, as chairman of the Florida State Service Council, and on task forces of the national organization. He has served as a board member and as president of the Governor’s Hurricane Conference, a non-profit organization that produces a week-long conference each year providing a comprehensive program of training and workshops for the Disaster Response & Recovery Community.

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