Anthony J. Rose

Partner, Meitus Gelbert Rose LLP

Tony has more than seventeen years' experience practicing law in both the private and public sectors. He joined Meitus Gelbert Rose in 2005. His legal background is wide and varied, but he has concentrated his practice in the technology sector since 1999. Tony served as Vice President and General Counsel to an Indianapolis-based technology services firm, helping to grow the company from 60 to over 400 employees, and from $8 million to nearly $100 million in annual revenue in 36 months. Previously, Tony served as General Counsel for an Indiana State agency providing telecommunications, Internet services, technology consulting, website development, and other information technology services to authorized users. Before his period of public service, Tony practiced commercial civil litigation for nearly a decade. Tony recently obtained a Masters of Laws degree in Intellectual Property Law, and teaches Internet Law as an adjunct law professor at Indiana University School of Law, both in Indianapolis and Bloomington.

  • Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis, L.L.M. (intellectual property law) (magna cum laude)
  • Indiana University School of Law-Bloomington, J.D. (magna cum laude, Order of the Coif)
  • University of Michigan, B.A. (High Distinction)

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