Roger Feicht is a litigator who focuses his practice defending and prosecuting employment related lawsuits. Roger represents employers and employees in litigation relating to allegations of discrimination and harassment, and disputes over non-competition or non-solicitation agreements. Roger regularly assists businesses with hiring and firing of employees, and drafting and enforcing employment agreements and policies.
Roger has significant courtroom and trial experience in both State and Federal courts throughout Florida. In addition to employment litigation, Roger helps clients facing threatened or pending litigation in a variety of complex commercial cases, including breach of contract, defamation, civil theft, and shareholder disputes.
Roger has received an AV Preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating awarded to lawyers by their peers for legal ability and professional ethical standards. Roger has also been recognized numerous times as a “Rising Star” by Florida Super Lawyers (2016-20).
Roger joined the Firm after serving as a judicial intern for The Honorable James Moody, Jr. of the Middle District of Florida. He is deeply involved in the local community and currently serves on the Palm Beach County Bar Association’s Judicial Relations and Professionalism Committees.
- AV Preeminent rating as independently determined by Martindale-Hubbell
- South Florida Business and Wealth, “Up & Comer,” 2018
- Florida Trend, “Up & Comer,” 2016 & 2021
- Florida Super Lawyers, “Rising Star,” 2016-20
- Vanderbilt University Law School: Dean’s list; Dean’s merit scholarship recipient
- University of Miami: President’s Honor Roll; Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society
- “Employee or Independent Contractor? DOL Muddies the Water With Rule Withdrawal”, Daily Business Review, June 29, 2021
- “Succeeding in Law School and in the Practice of Law”, University of Miami School of Business, October 14, 2019; Palm Beach Atlantic University, March 11, 2020
- “Viewpoint: Non-compete ruling sets path for Florida businesses“, Jacksonville Business Journal, November 21, 2017
- “Twibel: The Intersection of Twitter and Libel”, Florida Bar Journal, September/October, 2016, Volume 90, No. 8
- “ADA Coverage Still Evolving After 25 Years,” Daily Business Review, February 10, 2016
- “Tackling Intraracial, Transracial Claims Under Title VII,” Law360.com, October 7, 2015
- “Racial identity and workplace discrimination,” Business and Legal Resources, September 17, 2015
- “True and False? Florida’s Confused Defamation Laws,” Daily Business Review, June 2, 2015
- “Commercial Law 2015 Update,” Palm Beach County Bar Association Bench-Bar Conference Moderator, March 2015
- “Veterans’ Preference in Hiring – The New Law in Florida,” West Palm Beach, October 2014
- “Candid Feedback: Straight from the Bench,” Palm Beach County Bar Association Bulletin, March 2014
- Florida Bar Association: Labor & Employment Law Section; Trial Lawyers Section
- Palm Beach County Bar Association: Judicial Relations Committee, 2011-present
- Leadership Florida
- Leadership Florida, board of directors, 2016-17
- Leadership Florida Connect, board of directors, 2012-17, chair, 2015-16
- Leadership Florida Connect, Institute Program, Class II, 2011-12
- Leadership Palm Beach County, Engage Program, Class of 2019
- Palm Beach County Bar Association, Judicial Relations Committee, 2011-present
- Chair, 2019-21
- Judicial Spokesperson Subcommittee, 2011-present
- Judicial Spokesperson Subcommittee, chair, 2012-14
- American Corporate Partners, volunteer employment mentor for Veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces