Mr. Rosovsky leads the firm's litigation practice and represents Israeli and international clients in complex litigation, with emphasis on corporate and commercial disputes, class actions, large-scale environmental cases, telecom, antitrust and administrative law. Mr. Rosovsky routinely appears before courts of all instances and arbitration panels and he has been involved in numerous high profile litigations. Most recently, Mr. Rosovsky has been representing: the bondholders of I.D.B. Development (Israel's largest conglomerate) in proceedings to protect their rights in NIS 3.7 billion of debt; Bank Leumi, Israel's second largest bank, in connection with the bankruptcy of a major holding company and against its controlling shareholder; Apax Partners, a global private equity firm, in a dispute concerning the disclosure of financial statements; The Saban Group, in a class action against the acquisition of Partner, a cellular company; Tnuva, Israel's largest food conglomerate in various consumer class actions; cellular companies, in class actions relating to radiation and consumer protection; Discount Bank and First International Bank, in various commercial cases and class actions; Psagot, Israel's largest investment house, in class actions; Russian businessman Arkady Gaydamak in various multi-million dollar litigations; Russian businessman Oleg Deripaska in a claim brought by rival businessman Michael Cherney; Veolia, in a shareholder dispute concerning the Jerusalem Metropolitan Railway.
Mr. Rosovsky is also active in public affairs: he served in a five-member committee for the selection of Israel's Attorney General and is a member of the advisory committee to the Minister of Justice on civil procedure. In 2012, he was the only private attorney to be on the shortlist of nominees to the Israeli Supreme Court.