McCusker, Anselmi, Rosen, & Carvelli, known as MARC, opened its doors in Chatham, N.J., in 1996 when four attorneys decided to leave large litigation firms and create a smaller practice that delivers large-firm quality with small-firm efficiency. The firm has extensive experience in a wide spectrum of litigation and related matters including environmental law and litigation, investigations, remediation and governmental compliance; labor and employment law and litigation and counseling; complex commercial litigation; First Amendment and media law counseling and litigation; personal injury defense and shareholder/partnership litigation.
Today, with offices in Florham Park and Manhattan, MARC has developed a thriving practice dedicated to both zealous litigation advocacy and creative business solutions. The firm's clients include many Fortune 100 companies, small businesses and individuals alike. MARC remains committed to the principles upon which it was founded: top notch legal advice, cost-effectiveness, and excellent client service.
MARC prides itself on delivering quality in advocacy and work product. We thrive in an atmosphere of effective client communication and trust. We are always personally accessible to our clients, and we promptly answer messages, emails and faxes.
Tough, Practical Litigators
MARC is dedicated to providing value. We are hands-on litigators who operate "lean and mean" but with all the resources necessary to win. We offer large- firm knowledge and expertise with small-firm service and accessibility.
We always seek the least disruptive and most efficient way of resolving disputes, but we have the tenacity and resources to deal aggressively with unreasonable adversaries. Our hourly billing rates are fair and competitive, and we will consider engagement on an alternative-billing basis upon request.
We believe in overcoming obstacles and delivering results.
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Firm Practice Areas
- Appellate Practice
- Bet-the-Company Litigation
- Commercial Litigation
- First Amendment Law
- Litigation - First Amendment