Roger is an attorney licensed to practice law in Ohio and Arizona. Roger is CEO of Arbalest Group. He is a graduate of Cleveland State University, Cleveland Marshall College of Law and was an Editor of Law Review. Roger holds a Master of Public Administration Degree from Cleveland State University and holds several degrees from The Ohio State University. He earned a Master of Arts degree in Philosophy, a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and a Bachelor of Science in Education degree in Secondary English Education.
Roger has worked as a high school English teacher and as a university administrative assistant. On earning a law degree Roger worked for several years as a Trademarks Examining Attorney with the United States Patent and Trademark Office in Washington
D.C. Roger later worked as an attorney for a boutique intellectual property law firm in New York City and was legal counsel to Stephen L. D’Andrilli. As legal counsel to Stephen Roger helped Stephen in various legal and administrative matters effecting Stephen’s security consulting and criminological research companies.
Moving to Phoenix, Arizona in 1991, Roger worked in the Insurance Defense Section of the Arizona Attorney General’s Office. Later, Roger worked in the Legal Services Division of the Arizona Department of Corrections and was, for a time, in private practice. On returning to Cleveland, Ohio in 2000, Roger worked as a freelance attorney aiding two Federal Court Appointed Receivers in prosecuting a major federal securities fraud case. After that, Roger practiced general law before focusing on federal and State firearms issues.
Roger’s goal is to help the public understand recently passed Federal and State firearms legislation. Roger believes in the sanctity of the “Bill of Rights”.
Roger Katz will be using the pen name “Towne Criour.”