The Experience and Track Record To Meet Your Legal Needs.
MARKOVITS, STOCK & DeMARCO
Markovits, Stock & DeMarco, LLC is a boutique law firm whose attorneys have successfully represented clients in some of the largest and most complex legal matters in U.S. history. Our deep and varied experience extends from representing businesses, public pension funds, and individuals in federal and state courts across the nation, to successfully arguing appeals at the highest levels of the legal system – including prevailing before the United States Supreme Court. This broad-based litigation and trial expertise, coupled with no overstaffing and overbilling that can typify complex litigation, sets us apart as a law firm. But expertise is only part of the equation.
“Legal success comes only from recognizing a client’s goals and being able to design and effectively execute strategies that accomplish those goals. We understand that every client is different, which is why we spend so much time learning what makes them tick.”
As the business world becomes increasingly complex, you need to be able to trust your law firm to help you make the right decisions. Whether you seek counsel in resolving a current conflict, avoiding a future conflict, or navigating the sometimes choppy state and local government regulatory waters, the lawyers at Markovits, Stock & DeMarco have both the experience and track record to meet your legal needs.
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Terry Coates is the 2015 recipient of the Cincinnati Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Section Professionalism Award. The award honors the Young Lawyer Section member who best demonstrates respect toward colleagues, clients, and the judiciary, while encouraging others to do likewise. Terry has been a member of the CBA’s Young Lawyer Section since 2009. He also currently serves […]
On March 25, 2015, Cincinnati-based Collins Inkjet won another round against Kodak when the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the March 6, 2014 decision of Judge Michael R. Barrett. That earlier decision had issued a preliminary injunction against Kodak based upon Collins’ complaint that Kodak was engaged in illegal tying under the federal antitrust […]