Paul Marino, a partner in Day Pitney's Parsippany office, has been selected as one of New Jersey Law Journal's "New Leaders of the Bar."
"New Leaders of the Bar" features rising stars in the New Jersey legal profession. Mr. Marino is among 50 individuals whose achievements to date distinguish them from their peers.
Mr. Marino represents businesses in commercial disputes and has substantial experience in the federal district courts of New York and New Jersey litigating franchise, contract and securities matters, as well as consumer class actions. His practice focuses on the representation of business entities that manufacture and/or license products and services, such as franchisors, licensors and manufacturers, in litigation with the business entities that use their trademarks and service marks and/or distribute their products and services to the public. Mr. Marino has experience handling such matters in a variety of industries including hotel, car rental, vacation exchange, food services, hair and cosmetics, tax preparation and real estate brokerage. His representative matters also include representation of corporations and their officers and directors in the defense of actions brought pursuant to federal and state securities laws. Mr. Marino also has experience with contested probate matters and is a member of the firm's Probate Litigation practice group.
Mr. Marino is the captain of Day Pitney's pro bono program in which Day Pitney attorneys act as court-appointed representatives of allegedly incapacitated persons in guardianship proceedings in New Jersey. He participated extensively in the firm's pro bono program assisting Holocaust Survivors with applications for reparations from the German government.
About Day Pitney
Day Pitney LLP is a full-service law firm with more than 300 attorneys in Boston, Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, and Washington, DC. The firm offers clients strong corporate and litigation practices, with experience on behalf of large national and international corporations as well as emerging- and middle-market companies and individuals.
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