Marsha defends leading businesses against consumer protection-based claims. She has successfully defended dozens of Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) actions, including class actions, individual actions, arbitrations and prelitigation disputes in jurisdictions across the country. Her practice includes helping clients navigate evolving — and sometimes conflicting — standards for TCPA compliance. She regularly contributes to the TCPA Blog, providing analysis about recent developments regarding the statute.
Marsha represents financial services companies in securities arbitrations before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). She also has significant experience defending businesses in New York’s federal and state courts and routinely appears before the New York State Commercial Division.
While in law school, Marsha twice interned for the Honorable 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 range of cases involving post-conviction DNA testing, including a high-profile exoneration in Illinois.