Paul Bennett Marrow

Chappaqua, NY

 

 

As a sole arbitrator, panel member and panel chair, Mr. Marrow has heard and resolved cases involving a broad range of business issues involving business dissolution, consumer contracts, construction contracts, computer technology, insurance contracts, credit and loan agreements, employment contracts and disputes involving securities with an emphasis on claims against securities brokers and underwriters. As an advocate, he has successfully represented clients in arbitrations involving an assortment of commercial disputes requiring specialized knowledge of a clients industry as well as disputes between business co-owners such as partners, shareholders and LLC members. Mr. Marrow also was an Adjunct Professor of Law, New York Law School teaching Domestic Arbitration, Fall 2011.

Whether serving clients or fulfilling duties as an arbitrator, primary concerns are loyalty to the law, attention to detail, cost efficiency and timely resolution of any matter charged to resolve. He strives to provide cutting edge practical guidance for clients. His practice emphasizes the drafting and negotiating of corporate agreements involving shareholders and corporate management, financing for business operations, real estate sales and financing, distribution and licensing agreements and employment agreements. Mr. Marrow's clientele includes small and medium size manufactures of various products, metal extruders, and service providers in medical instruments and technology, advertising agencies, advertising production companies, self-storage developers and self-storage facility operators, commercial real estate developers and restaurants.

 

Paul Bennett Marrow’s dedication to keeping arbitration a viable and desirable alternative to courthouse litigation is unwavering. His focus on speed and efficiency helps the process to go smoothly and encourages successful outcomes. To date, he has never had an award vacated by a court.

 

 

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