Edward D. Rogers


Edward D. Rogers leads the Eminent Domain and Loss Recovery Teams in the Litigation Department, and is a member of the Real Estate and Construction Litigation and Antitrust and Competition Groups. Over the past three decades, his business litigation experience has included a wide variety of complex civil cases. His current practice focuses on eminent domain and complex antitrust cases.

In his antitrust practice, Ed represents plaintiffs and defendants in monopolization and conspiracy cases. His eminent domain practice involves high stakes condemnation matters for property owners and government entities. Ed’s loss recovery practice consists of counseling and representing clients in antitrust disputes to recover overcharges. 


Representative Matters

  • Representing property owners as condemnee in a complex eminent domain action related to a large parcel of land adjacent to the Philadelphia International Airport. Successfully tried the action to a Board of View, resulting in a substantial award to the client that is currently on appeal.
  • Representing a major Philadelphia utility as condemnor in a substantial eminent domain action involving a waterfront parcel in West Philadelphia.
  • Representing a major mixed-use developer in connection with a partial taking of an office/retail/hotel parcel for light rail expansion by the City of Phoenix.

Professional Highlights

Judicial Clerkships

Hon. Anthony J. Scirica, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit

Recognition & Accomplishments

Chambers USA, Antitrust (Pennsylvania), 2021-2023

The Legal 500 US, Antitrust - Civil litigation/class action - defense, 2019, 2022, 2023; Antitrust - Civil litigation/class action - plaintiff, 2019

AV Peer Review Rating, Martindale-Hubbell

Speaking Engagements

Faculty, HarrisMartin's Antitrust Pay-for-Delay Litigation CLE Conference, Philadelphia, September 22, 2014


"News Gathering Practices After Bartnicki v. Vopper," LDRC Prepublication/Prebroadcast Review Subcommittee Report, November 2002

"District Court Dismisses Libel Claim Against Website Operator for Lack of Personal Jurisdiction: Plaintiff's Residence in Jurisdiction Insufficient," The Legal Intelligencer, June 2002

"Striking the Wrong Balance: Constituency Statutes and Corporate Governance," Pepperdine Law Review, Volume 21, Number 3, 1994



Columbia Law School (J.D. 1991)
Recipient, Harlan Fiske Stone Scholarship

Harvard University (A.B., magna cum laude, 1983)


New Jersey

New York