Emphasizing a long-term perspective, Rosicki, Rosicki
& Associates, P.C. (RR&A) is a New York mortgage banking law practice.
Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates, P.C.’s areas of expertise include
bankruptcy, evictions, foreclosure, collections, and closings. All services are
available to clients across the country through the firm’s dedicated National
Default Services Department.
RR&A’s roots extend to 1990, when founding partner Cynthia Rosicki built on
past experience with a mortgage foreclosure firm and began representing private
clients in legal matters related to mortgages. Supported by close family
members, she opened a small practice in the Williamsburg area of Brooklyn,
eventually shifting focus to institutional clients. Taking responsibilities as
of-counsel with another law practice, Ms. Rosicki moved her office location to
Tom Rosicki came to the firm with diverse experience as FBI Agent, Deputy
Commissioner of the New York City Taxi & Limousine Commission, and Vice
President Director of Security for Macy’s. Combining respective skills and
aptitudes, the two partners formed Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates as a firm
embodying progressive and inclusive values. Today RR&A has four partners
and three offices throughout New York State, including a main office in Plainview.
With a strong community commitment, RR&A supports AHRC Nassau, which serves
individuals with developmental disabilities throughout Long Island. In December
2011, volunteers from the law firm hosted the annual Winter Wonderland
Christmas party, which featured music, food, crafts, and surprise visits from
Santa Claus and his snowman. Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates additionally
supports the Jim Kelly’s Hunter’s Hope Foundation, notably hosting a March,
2012, fundraiser in Buffalo for the Krabbe disease-focused organization.
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Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates Discusses The Rehabilitation Institute
Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates, a prominent mortgage banking law firm with locations across the state of New York, maintains a close working partnership with The Rehabilitation Institute (TRI), a Licensed Business and Trade School approved by the New York State Education Department. TRI
offers courses on a wide variety of career-related topics, including basic office skills, computerized office skills, and computerized record keeping. In addition to basic work skills, TRI
sponsors courses on industry-specific skills such as desktop publishing, building maintenance, the hospitality industry, food skills, and stock-related record keeping.
In particular, The Rehabilitation Institute caters to the needs of individuals on the cusp of entering the workforce. Through its Community Based Work Program, TRI matches individuals’ strengths to current job market trends to give jobseekers the best chance for success in their careers. TRI also uses its In School Work Readiness Program to provide vocational training for students in Nassau County schools.
To learn more about The Rehabilitation Institute, visit the website at triworks.org.
A Brief History and Overview of the Kosciuszko Foundation
Since its inception, Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates has pursued a highly diversified philanthropic agenda. The firm supports a number of humanitarian and cultural organizations in the United States and elsewhere. Among them, Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates sponsors the Kosciuszko Foundation, an educational and cultural program that encourages a spirit of exchange and collaboration between American and Polish citizens.
Established in 1923 by Polish immigrant Stephen Mizwa, the Kosciuszko Foundation began as the Polish American Scholarship Committee, which allows talented students in both countries to study abroad. With the introduction of the organization’s flagship event, the Annual Dinner and Ball, in 1928, the Kosciuszko Foundation launched an enduring tradition to honor some of the brightest Polish-American leaders in politics, science, and other fields.
In 2010, Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates attended the Kosciuszko Foundation’s 75th Annual Dinner and Ball, which aims to raise $1 million each year in grants and scholarships.
Philanthropy and Rosicki
At Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates we pride ourselves on having not only high quality legal experts at our law firm, but also high quality people. We’ve made it our goal to support deserving charitable causes on both the local and national level. These awards are some of the many tokens of appreciation we’ve received over the years for our charitable efforts.
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-The Rosicki Team
A Brief Overview of the American Legal & Financial Network
For more than two decades, Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates has represented clients in mortgage banking matters as well as bankruptcies, evictions, and foreclosures. The firm holds memberships in a number of industry organizations, including the American Legal & Financial Network (ALFN
), and serves clients from three New York locations: Plainview, Fishkill, and Batavia.
Focused on the mortgage banking industry, ALFN’s numerous members work in law and lending. The organization seeks to provide its members with leadership and support. In addition, the organization provides a means for members to discuss professional concerns. Each year, the group offers many opportunities for members to advance their careers through education and occupational training.
On an annual basis, ALFN hosts a leadership conference. In 2012, the three-day event takes place at a resort in New Mexico and features an abundance of sessions on relevant topics pertaining to compliance and risk. Presenters plan to discuss the Federal Housing Finance Agency and the shift from government-sponsored enterprises to servicers for oversight.
Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates Hosts the Eighth Annual Hunter’s Hope Gala
On March 9, 2012, the law firm of Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates hosted the Eighth Annual Hunter’s Hope Gala at the Hyatt Regency in Buffalo
, New York. The Gala brought together numerous supporters of the Hunter’s Hope Foundation to raise money and awareness of the charity.
The Hunter’s Hope Foundation was established in 1997 by former professional football player Jim Kelly and his wife, Jill, when their son, Hunter, was diagnosed with Krabbe leukodystrophy, a fatal disease that affects the central and peripheral nervous systems. The disease is inherited and carried by approximately 2 million people in the United States. The Hunter’s Hope Foundation strives to combat the devastating effects of the disease through a four-pronged effort:
1. Raise public awareness of Krabbe leukodystrophy and promote early detection and treatment.
2. Serve as a resource for the most updated and helpful information about the disease.
3. Fund research efforts in search of new treatments and therapies.
4. Establish a community of hope for families affected by leukodystrophic diseases.
Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates contributes time and money to support the foundation’s efforts.