Marc Brown, a partner and vice-chair of Goldberg Segalla’s Business and Commercial group was recently featured by The Buffalo Jewish Federation in their Community Member Spotlight Section. Marc is very involved in the Buffalo Jewish Community as he is a member of the Buffalo Jewish Federation Board of Governors, JCRC’s Racial Justice Sub-Committee, the Jewish Buffalo History Center Work Team, and is also active at Young Israel Synagogue, where he is one of the Vice Presidents of the Board, and serves as treasurer of Buffalo’s Kashrut certification organization.
In the spotlight Marc discusses his time interning for the Mayor of Jerusalem and how “It was through those experiences where I recognized that law was the best field to effectuate change and make a positive impact on society.” Marc also said “I’m so excited to be a part of JCRC [Buffalo Jewish Community Relations Council] so that I can help make Buffalo a more inclusive space for everyone.”
Marc W. Brown, vice-chair of Goldberg Segalla’s Business and Commercial group, focuses his practice on business and commercial litigation. An experienced commercial litigator and one of the foremost real estate title litigation and coverage attorneys practicing in New York State and Pennsylvania, Marc’s practice also includes real property tax certiorari proceedings, contractual disputes, personal injury, and collection enforcement. In addition, he has experience in professional liability matters relating to commercial and residential real estate transactions. He has extensive appellate experience, having argued approximately 20 appeals across three of the four New York State Supreme Court Appellate Divisions, and is a former judicial clerk in the New York State Supreme Court Appellate Division, Fourth Department. A past chair of the American Bar Association (ABA) Title Insurance Litigation Committee, Marc is widely regarded as among the top title insurance litigators, with a reputation built on handling seven-, eight-, and nine-figure title disputes involving large commercial real estate projects in the nation’s hottest construction and development markets. In addition, Marc is an adjunct professor at the University at Buffalo School of Law teaching real estate litigation.