MarcAnthony is an experienced litigator who utilizes his diverse experience to represent clients in mass torts litigations, commercial litigations, toxic tort cases involving environmental liability and complex chemical exposures, products liability, and other general liability mass tort claims. He also represents international and domestic corporate clients in litigations and arbitrations involving commercial and business transaction disputes, real estate, and shareholder derivative actions. MarcAnthony is experienced handling cases involving allegations of fraud, conspiracy, civil RICO claims, unfair and deceptive trade practices, and breaches of contract.
In addition, MarcAnthony prides himself on actively maintaining a pro bono practice that focuses on assisting veterans obtain disability benefits and discharge upgrades. MarcAnthony spent two years with the Criminal Defense Appellate Clinic at Quinnipiac University School of Law in North Haven, Connecticut as both a certified legal intern and pro bono attorney representing a single client appeal a criminal conviction. While in law school, he also served as a Summer Law Clerk for the Hon. William L. Garfinkel, U.S. District Court Magistrate Judge in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Outside of his legal practice, MarcAnthony is actively involved with Africa in the Moot as the Chair of the Education and Training Committee, which is a nonprofit dedicated to increasing African university participation in The Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot competition held in Vienna each year. In this role, he leads a committee of volunteers developing virtual educational programs. He additionally coaches the University of Cape Town’s Vis Moot team, where he helps students assess the legal issues, prepare and revise multiple memoranda of law, practice moot competitions, and refine oral advocacy skills.