On Thursday, June 29, 2023, the State of New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division Third Judicial Department granted the application for resignation for non-disciplinary reasons of attorney Samuel Charles Rosten.
The case is entitled “In the Matter of Samuel Charles Rosten,” with case no. PM-134-23.
In a recent development, attorney Samuel Charles Rosten, who was admitted to practice in 2019, has sought permission to resign from the New York Bar. Rosten, currently based in Las Cruces, New Mexico, filed an application citing reasons unrelated to disciplinary matters, as prescribed by the Rules for Attorney Disciplinary Matters [22 NYCRR] § 1240.22(a). In response, the Attorney Grievance Committee for the Third Judicial Department (AGC) has voiced no objections to Rosten’s request.
Following a thorough review of Rosten’s affidavit, sworn on April 29, 2023, and filed on May 3, 2023, as well as the corresponding communication dated June 21, 2023, from the Chief Attorney of AGC, the court has determined that Rosten fulfills the requirements for resignation without disciplinary implications. Consequently, the court has granted Rosten’s application, officially accepting his resignation from the New York Bar.
The memorandum and order states:
“Upon reading Rosten’s affidavit sworn to April 29, 2023, and filed May 3, 2023, and upon reading the June 21, 2023 correspondence in response by the Chief Attorney for AGC, and having determined that Rosten is eligible to resign for nondisciplinary reasons, we grant his application and accept his resignation.”
The order states:
“ORDERED that Samuel Charles Rosten’s application for permission to resign is granted and his nondisciplinary resignation is accepted.”
Mr. Rosten is licensed in New York with license no. 5740881.
A copy of the original filing can be found here.