Overcoming Obstacles
Achieving Results

McCusker, Anselmi, Rosen & Carvelli, P.C. remains committed to the principles upon which it was founded: providing world class legal services in a cost-effective setting while maintaining thorough client communication. It is this outstanding service that has brought distinguished corporations and individuals from around the country to be our clients, and to allow us to represent them in the state and federal courts of New Jersey and New York.

Whether corporate counseling or commercial litigation, environmental law and litigation, employment law, business disputes, tort defense, media and first amendment litigation or white collar criminal defense, businesses of all sizes and individuals seek the advice and guidance of our attorneys for everything from general business transactions and contracts through complex commercial litigation. For example, MARC has assisted large oil companies and pharmaceutical companies with litigation support and counseling on environmental compliance and litigation, employment, collections and regulatory issues. Our attorneys provide the expertise and have the experience to advise and assist in navigating the complexity of federal and state regulations and defending (and bringing lawsuits) aggressively but without undue costs.

MARC prides itself on delivering excellence in advocacy, with diligent and painstaking attention to detail, characterized by a work ethic on which many high profile clients have come to depend. Legal obstacles are common in business. Our attorneys will do everything possible to suggest creative solutions and transform legal problems into opportunities.

At MARC we thrive in an atmosphere of effective client communication and trust, and we earn that trust through the dedicated performance of each partner, associate and staff member in our firm.

What's New

McCusker, Anselmi, Rosen and Carvelli has been selected for inclusion in the 2015 edition of U.S. News & World Report-Best Lawyers’ “Best Law Firms” in New Jersey. Continued...


Michael Futterman has been chosen by the New Jersey Law Journal for its 2014 New Leaders of the Bar recognition. Continued...


Bruce S. Rosen and Sarah L. Fehm recently won a dismissal under New York’s fair-report law in a libel case against a New York TV station that ran a photograph of a man police said was a sexual-assault suspect. Continued...


Laura A. Siclari showcased MARC’s Special Education & Disability Law Practice at a Special Needs Expo in Teaneck.” Continued...


Bruce S. Rosen has been selected for inclusion in the 21st edition of The Best Lawyers in America in the areas of First Amendment law and Litigation-First Amendment. Continued...


John McCusker, with the assistance of in-house counsel Patrick Conlon, Alicyn Craig and Suzanne Murphy successfully tried an employment case to a no-cause verdict on behalf of a Fortune 2 major oil company Continued...


Bruce Rosen wrote an article examining the cutting-edge issue of the ethics of using social media as an investigative tool. Continued...


Paul Carvelli won a trial in the Bergen County Chancery Division, where a judge found his client not liable for contract, fiduciary duty and fraudulent transfer claims arising out of a commercial transaction.


Michael Millar, representing a franchisor, recently won a motion enforcing a venue selection clause in a New Jersey franchise agreement. Continued...


 

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