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Learn More About George Marco, Attorney At Law

Prior to earning his law degree from St. John's Law School in 1993, George Marco was employed as a Mechanical Engineer for a major vibration control manufacturer in New York.

Upon graduating from Law School, Mr. Marco decided to utilize his engineering and legal training in the construction industry by taking a position with a major general contractor in New York as an executive project manager and in-house counsel. Between 1993 and 1999, Mr. Marco managed multi-million dollar projects and handled the companies' legal matters.

In 1999, Mr. Marco elected to take his practical and legal experience into private practice where he has concentrated in the area of construction law and commercial litigation ever since. For over two decades, Mr. Marco has represented contractors throughout the tri-state area, as well as developers, homeowners and vendors in a wide array of construction disputes in both private and public contracting. Mr. Marco's engineering background and practical work experience in construction has given him a unique insight into the inner workings of a construction project not shared by many other practitioners.

He has successfully litigated multi-million dollar claims against the New York City School Construction Authority, City of New York and New York City Housing Authority, among other public agencies. In addition, Mr. Marco has considerable experience in identifying and assessing the myriad of claims which typically arise on a construction project. He is well versed in the preparation of  complex construction claims, including delay claims, and works closely with engineers and consultants to prepare and prosecute claims on behalf of clients.

Mr. Marco also works with clients to address the common pitfalls of a construction project before a problem arises and the parties engage in costly litigation or arbitration. One such method is to review contracts with clients and negotiate them on their behalf prior to commencing a costly project.

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Bar Admissions:   

New York 1994

Education:

B.S. Mechanical Engineering
New York Institute of Technology 1989


J.D.:

St. John's Law School 1993

Member of NYS Bar Association:

Commercial & Federal Litigation Committee

Alternate Dispute Committee

Trial Lawyers Committee

Member American Bar Association:

Construction Law Committee

Public Contract Law Committee

Dispute Resolution Committee