Brendan   Marx


Phone: 347-589-8505
Fax: 212.545.1656
Mailing: 10 East 40th Street ,
Suite 3500 , New York , NY   10016
Linkedin: Brendan Marx


Mr. Marx represents high-net worth individuals, business and organizations in a wide range of fields, including manufacturing, retail sales, financial services, entertainment, legal services and other industries. He also represents numerous cooperative corporations and condominium associations, charities, and other non-profit organizations.


  • Won multimillion dollar damage award and multimillion dollar punitive damage award arising from unauthorized use of client name and other material
  • Dismissal of claim for defamation against whistleblower clients about malfeasance at NASDAQ-listed company
  • Defeated anti-SLAPP motion by anonymous bloggers defaming international travel company
  • Obtained favorable settlement, following denial of opposition’s motion to dismiss, of physician’s defamation claim against ex-patient
  • Dismissal of ex-employee’s claim for unpaid wages
  • Dismissal of claim against client for multimillion dollar investment banking fee
  • Defeated motion for class-certification in consumer claim against national consumer electronics company
  • Dismissal of contractor’s claim for surcharges on apartment renovation
  • Dismissal of claim against client for workers compensation premiums claimed by New York State Department of Labor
  • Representation of national charitable organizations, private businesses, and cooperative corporations and condominium associations in a wide variety of contract disputes and contract negotiations

Education & Admissions

  • New York University School of Law (J.D.), 1983
  • University of Massachusetts at Amherst (B.A. – magna cum laude), 1979
  • New York State
  • United States District Court for the Southern District of New York
  • United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York


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