General Practice Law Firm | Des Moines, Iowa
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The law firm of McEnroe, Gotsdiner, Brewer, Steinbach & Rothman P.C. can be traced to the forming of its predecessor firm in downtown Des Moines, Iowa in 1988.   Since that time the firm has grown in size and moved in October of 1998 to its current offices in West Des Moines, Iowa.


The firm engages in the general practice of law.  All of the attorneys in our firm are licensed to practice law in the State of Iowa.  Additionally, various attorneys in our firm are licensed to practice in Illinois, Texas, U.S. District Courts in the Northern District of Iowa, Southern District of Iowa, Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court.


Our law firm has a strong commitment to professional excellence and to addressing the needs of our clients.   We constantly endeavor to provide our clients with quality representation in the areas of law in which we practice.


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The Attorneys of McEnroe, Gotsdiner, Brewer, Steinbach & Rothman P.C. can be reached at (515) 267-9000.

Recent News

1-19-18: Daniel Rothman’s client was charged with possession of methamphetamine. Daniel Rothman showed the state the officer’s video footage that demonstrated the officers illegally searched the Defendant’s car. The state decided to dismiss all charges.


1-11-18: Daniel Rothman represented a client charged with 2 counts of Child Endangerment in Polk County. After fighting the case for several months, the state finally dismissed all criminal charges and the court costs were even assessed to the state by the court, instead of to the client.


11-1-17: Daniel Rothman was able to successfully represent a Story county client who had been charged with an OWI. After filing a motion to suppress evidence the state dismissed the OWI charge completely.


10-27-17: A client represented by Daniel Rothman was charged with Domestic Assault Causing Injury in Polk County. After a lengthy fight, including collecting witnesses who could show the alleged victim lied under oath in a related civil hearing, the state agreed to dismiss all criminal charges.


10-17-17: Daniel Rothman argued a motion to suppress alleging that the officer violated Iowa Code Section 321J.5 by illegally detaining the client without reasonable cause and making them take a PBT test. The Court agreed and granted the motion to suppress. The OWI case will be dismissed and the DOT must reinstate the client’s driving privileges and take the OWI off their record.


10-4-17: An administrative law judge agreed with Daniel Rothman’s argument that an officer had denied the client his full and timely phone call rights as required by Iowa Code Section 804.20. The Judge ordered the DOT to reinstate the driving privileges of the client and remove the OWI from the client’s DOT record.


6-22-17: Bill Brewer acquired a $100,000 settlement for his client who suffered injuries in a motor vehicle accident in Dallas County.


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