(1874 - 1970)
James N. Rosenberg was active/lived in Pennsylvania, New York. James Rosenberg is known for modernist-leaning landscape-urban, figure-genre.
Biography James Rosenberg
James Naumburg Rosenberg (1874-1970)
James N. Rosenberg was a graduate of Columbia College and he received his law degree from Columbia Law School in 1898. He served for many years in the law firm led by by Judge Samuel I. Rosenman. One of Rosenberg's notable cases was the reorganization in 1912 of the United States Motor Company into the Maxwell Motor Company, which later became the Chysler Corporation. Rosenberg was also a trustee in bankruptcy in various proceedings, including representation of the Irving Trust Company, the trustee in bankruptcy of the International Match Corporation. From 1932 to 1947, Rosenberg and other lawyers recovered over $30-million for their clients, the bondholders of Internationa
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