On August 5, 2020 at 4:05 p.m. Marc will be back at the NJ Association for Justice’s annual Boardwalk seminar, presenting a two-sided program to the New Lawyers Section, entitled the Ethics of Doing Jury Research and Marketing Ethics in your Practice.”
On July 15, 2020, Marc prepared for Lawline.com an New Jersey-specific ethics program, now available on-line. See his humorous “Attorney’s Field Guide to Losing Your License.”
On February 22, 2020, Marc will be a panelist at the NJSBA Solo and Small Firm Conference at the Marriot Delta Hotel in Iselin discussing, “The Three Ethics Rules that Account for 80% of Our Problems.”
On January 6 and 13, 2020, Marc will be teaching the Intersession version of the Persuasion and Advocacy course at Seton Hall Law School.
On Saturday, December 14, 2019, Marc will be at the New York Law School from 4:00 to 5:30 at the invitation of Lawline.com, a premier producer of legal education programming. His audience will be newer lawyers who are “bridging the gap” between law school and a law career. His topic will be “The Ethics of a Multi-jurisdictional Practice.”
On Monday, November 11, 2019, at noon, Marc will be participating in an on-line seminar “Ethics for Elder Law Attorneys” for the Elder Law Section of the State Bar Association. Marc will discuss how to respond to a grievance or complaint. He is delighted to be teaming up with old chum Cindy “The Sharper Lawyer” Sharp, who was recently recognized by the ABA for her outstanding contributions to CLE, nationally.
On Wednesday, October 16, 2019, Marc will be on the panel as Legal Ethics authority for the NJ-ICLE program, “Hot Topics in Residential Real Estate,” from 9:00 – 3:30 at the Bar Center in New Brunswick. Tracey Goldstein, Esq. of Feinstein, Reiss, Kelin, Booker and Goldberg, LLC will be moderator.
On Thursday, October 10, 2019, from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m., Marc will be at the Law Center in New Brunswick as the second half of an Ethics double-header. At 5:00, a panel of lawyers and judges will present “Recent Developments in Ethics and Professional Responsibility. Marc’s topic will be, “Water Runs Uphill, Here,” which explores the difficulties attorneys have in navigating legal ethical issues.
Tuesday, October 1, 2019, from 1:00 to 2:30 p.m., back by popular demand at the request of CLE giant, Lorman Education Services, Marc will be presenting a live webinar, “Ethical Considerations of a Multi-jurisdictional Practice.”
On Monday, August 12, from noon until 1:40, Marc will be presenting a special webinar for NJ-ICLE. “The Attorney’s Field Guide to Losing Your License,” is Marc’s humorous, albeit satirical, lesson about how Ethics cases can turn from bad to worse.
On Tuesday, August 6, from 1:00 p.m. until 2:30, back by popular demand, Marc will be presenting a national webinar for Lorman, “Ethical Issues Arising after an Attorney leaves the Firm.”
On Saturday June 22, Marc will be at New York Law School in Manhattan as a featured speaker in Lawline.com’s special program for lawyers who are bridging the gap, “Building Blocks for the Practice of Law.” From 4:00 until 5:30 Marc will present, "The Ethical Attorney’s Ten Commandments for Defensive Practicing.”
On May 8, 2019, Marc will again be a guest of the Morris-Essex Inn of Transactional Counsel, presenting a one-hour CLE program, “Quicksand: Multi-Jurisdictional Practice and the Unauthorized Practice of Law.”
On February 11, 2019, at some hour in the middle of the day, Marc will be presenting a 90 minute live and recorded webinar, “Ethics Issues Arising After an Attorney Leaves the Firm,” for Lorman Education Services.
On Saturday, Feb 9, 2019, Marc will be at the Law Center in New Brunswick, discussing the ”Ethics of a DWI Practice” as panel member in NJICLE’s 2018-9 DWI Update. The program has already been well-received at North Jersey and South Jersey venues.
On Friday, January 4, 2019, at noon, Marc will present a live webinar, “Water Runs Uphill, Here: Navigating Legal Ethics,” for the New Jersey State Bar Association. He will illustrate many ways in which a foray into the world of attorney ethics and discipline is likely to be counter-intuitive to lawyers, especially to litigators.
On Wednesday, December 26, 2018, at 6:00 p.m. Marc will be a guest of the NJ Association of Jewish Attorneys in Lakewood to present a one-hour CLE program, “The Random Audit: Preparing for the Dybbuk.” Note: A Dybbuk is a real spirit known to taunt, haunt, and even possess, people from Eastern Europe.
On December 8, 2018, at the Advanced DUI Seminar at the Westin Hotel in Mt. Laurel (9:00 – 1:00), Marc will present a one-hour segment on the ethics issues in a DUI case.
On November 15, 2018, Marc will be a panelist, addressing Ethics Issues in Matrimonial Matters for the NJ Association for Justice, at the Meadowlands Seminar in Secaucus.
On November 13, 2018, Marc will be the guest speaker before the Hudson Inn, offering an ethics seminar - topic TBA – at the Hudson County Community College Culinary Conference Center, Jersey City.
On October 20, 2018, Marc will be a panelist, presenting Ethics Issues in DUI Cases, at the Advanced DUI Seminar, for NJ-ICLE at the Wilshire Grand Hotel in West Orange.
On September 15, 2018 at the Law Center in New Brunswick, Marc will be presenting the Ethics segment of the Civil Trial Certification Exam Prep Course, hoping to point out to colleagues some the ethical issues affecting certified civil trial attorneys.
On September 5, 2018, Marc will present a live webinar, “Water Runs Uphill Here: Navigating in the Waters of the OAE” for the NJ State Bar Association.
On August 28, 2018, Marc will present a live Webinar, ‘A Lawyer’s Ethical Obligations’ for Lorman Education Services, a national CLE provider.
On July 16, 2018, Marc will record a webinar, ‘Ethics of a Multijurisdictional Practice’ for Lorman Education Services, a national CLE provider.
On May 16-18, Marc will be joining Ken Vercammen, Jason Komninos and other panelists at the Borgata Hotel in Atlantic City in a CLE program, “Ethical Market for Solos and Small Firms.”
On April 9, 2018, Marc will be judging Oral Arguments for the first-year Lawyering class at Seton Hall Law.
On Saturday, February 24, Marc will be a panelist at the NJICLE Solo and Small Firm Conference at the Renaissance, Woodbridge, filling in for the inimitable Patricia Werschultz, joining Janet Falk and Ayesha Krishnan Hamilton in a CLE program, “Using Media and Press Coverage to Promote the Value of your Cases.”
On Tuesday, January 23, Marc will be judging the Vincent Apruzzese Moot Court Competition at Seton Hall Law School in Newark.
On Monday, January 22, Marc will begin his 12th year as an Adjunct Professor, teaching Persuasion and Advocacy at Seton Hall Law School.
On May 17, Marc will be speaking at the 2017 NJSBA convention in Atlantic City at the Borgata. Along with marketing guru/municipal court guru Ken Vercammen, Esq. and a panel of experts, he will explore “Marketing and Ethics in Municipal Court and Elsewhere.” Ken speaks fast, so the quick listener can learn a lot in a short span of time.
On Saturday April 22, Marc will be at the Terra Nova Restaurant in Sewell, NJ to present a 2 ½ hour program “The Ten Commandments of Defensive Lawyering” at an all-day CLE event presented by the Gloucester County Legal Education Association (GCLEA), the educational affiliate of Vicinage 15, which encompasses Gloucester, Cumberland and Salem Counties.
On Friday, April 7, 2017, at the Imperia in Somerset, NJ, Marc will be leading a legal ethics panel discussion for the NJ-ICLE 2017 Business Law Symposium. We will consider,"When Social Media Works Against You, What You Can Do About It." Our special non-attorney guest is Moshe Zchut of NetLZ Consultants, who will help to explain how to ameliorate fallout from negative or vindictive social media.
On Wednesday, April 5, 2017, Marc will be judging oral arguments for Professor Maya Grosz’z “Lawyering” class at Seton Hall Law School.
On Saturday, March 18, Marc will be at the Sheraton Parsippany Hotel at ICLE’s annual Solo and Small Firm Conference (north site) as a panelist in a program, “Let Me Pass This by You – The Ethics of Being a Mentor or Being a Mentor.”
On March 15, 2017, Marc will be a guest of the Inns of Court, Union County - Richard J. Hughes Inn of Court, presenting a one-hour CLE program, “The Ten Commandments of Defensive Lawyering.”
On March 8, 2017 at 1:00 p.m., Marc will be presenting a “back by popular demand” live webinar for Lorman Education Services: “The Ethical Problems of Unethical Colleagues.” Participants will receive 1.0 to 1.5 Ethics CLE credits.
On Saturday, March 4, Marc will be at the Crown Plaza in Cherry Hill at ICLE’s annual Solo and Small Firm Conference (south site) as a panelist in a program, “Let Me Pass This by You – The Ethics of Being a Mentor or Being a Mentor.”
On Monday, January 30, 2017, from 5:30 - 8:30p.m., Marc will be at the Law Center in New Brunswick as a panelist for the NJICLE program, “Ethical Marketing for your Practice.” This program is a tool developed by ICLE to help attorneys navigate the unsettled waters of ethical advertising in the age of interstate practices, internet marketing and social media.
On Tuesday November 15, 2016, Marc will be at Convention Hall in Atlantic City presenting a 60-minute program, "Municipal Court Ethics," to the Municipal Court Administrators Association of New Jersey at the annual League of Municipalities convention. The talk will focus on ethical issues that arise in the court administrator's bailiwick.
On Saturday, October 29, 2016, Marc will be a panelist at the annual Super Saturday Seminar of the Association of Criminal Lawyers of New Jersey (ACDL-NJ) at Mayfair Farms in West Orange. The topic will be “Ethical Considerations in the Criminal E-Discovery Process.” Marc is honored to be joining moderator Darren Gelber, Esq. of Wilentz, Goldman and Spitzer and co-panelists Prof. David Operbeck of Seton Hall Law School, Henry Klingeman of Krovatin Klingeman, LLC, Ass’t. U.S. Attorney John Fietkiewicz (Counsel to the U.S. Attorney) and Joseph Hayden of Pashman, Stein, Walder and Hayden.
On July 27, at 1:00 p.m. Marc will be presenting a national one-hour CLE webinar for Lorman Educational Services, a leading on-line provider of professional training. The topic will be, “The Ethical Problems of Unethical Lawyers,” focusing on the obligation to report attorney misconduct under Model Rules of Professional Conduct 8.3 and 8.4.
On May 25, Marc will be at the Hilton in downtown Newark, as a panelist at the Federal Bar Association’s annual meeting. He will address the ethics aspects of issues that are important to members of the federal bar.
On May 23, at 1:00 p.m. Marc will be presenting a one-hour national webinar, “Ratting on the Boss and Other Ethical Dilemmas” for the Clear Law Institute, a major producer of legal training and continuing education programs.
On May 18, Marc will be joining the Hon. Wm. McGovern, Felice Londa, Esq. and pair of ponies who are also attorneys in filmmaker/lawyer Cara Parmigiani, “I Speak Lawyer” to be presented for the first and only time at the New Jersey State Bar Association’s annual meeting in Atlantic City.
On April 27, Marc will be at Seton Hall Law School sharing pasta and perhaps offering a few words at Professor Paula Franzese’s annual Penne Vodka Public Interest Fundraising Dinner. Professor Franzese’s late father was the accidental creator of that now-international dish.
On April 13 and April 20, Marc will be judging Oral Argument for law students at Seton Hall Law’s innovative first year “Lawyering” class.
On April 8, 2016, at 11:00 a.m., Marc will be at Casa Bianca in Oak Ridge, NJ, presenting a one-hour CE program to the Municipal Court Administrators’ Association of New Jersey on the topic of “Judicial Ethics.”
On April 4, I will be at the New Jersey Law Center in New Brunswick addressing the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Subcommittee on Judicial Independence in the Superior Court. I will offer my perspective on the issue of tenure for municipal court judges.
April 1, 2016 Marc’s CLE program “Advocate Emptor: Ethical Practice in the 21st Century,” will go live on the internet for ACCESS MCLE, Inc.