Marc Schlesinger has 10 years of experience working on complex commercial litigation matters and the defense of accounting firms and their personnel, and is a member of Mintz & Gold’s commercial litigation practice.
Marc Schlesinger represents clients, in both state and federal court, in a wide variety of complex litigation matters, including business litigation, commercial torts, contract disputes, accounting law and professional malpractice, white collar civil matters, employment discrimination, restrictive covenants and equipment finance. With a background in accounting and finance, Mr. Schlesinger devotes a large portion of his practice to the defense of accounting firms in both audit and tax-related matters. Mr. Schlesinger handles matters at all stages of litigation, recently taking two cases to trial and winning both, and he has also argued appeals before the Appellate Divisions in New York and New Jersey. Mr. Schlesinger has also taken on various pro bono projects, including working with veterans.
Prior to joining Mintz & Gold, Mr. Schlesinger worked on complex commercial litigation and accountant’s liability matters at Vedder Price P.C., and bankruptcy and restructuring matters at DLA Piper. Before law school, Mr. Schlesinger worked for Ernst & Young in their assurance practice. Mr. Schlesinger also is a licensed CPA.