Marsha J. Indych assists her clients with complex business disputes, including contract claims, breaches of fiduciary duty, and business torts. Marsha has experience litigating international business disputes, products liability claims, class action claims, employment disputes, environmental claims, commercial real estate disputes, and bankruptcy adversarial proceedings. She has handled numerous cases in New York's federal and state courts, including the New York State Commercial Division, as well as securities arbitrations before FINRA.
While in law school, Marsha twice interned for the Hon. Joseph A. Greenaway, Jr. prior to his appointment to the Third Circuit. She also interned for The Innocence Project legal clinic at Cardozo where she handled a variety of cases, including that of Jerry Miller, the 200th person exonerated by DNA evidence.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Marsha J. Indych