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September 2010

Dan Marchese filed suit against Lautenberg for Senate and Rush Holt for Congress, on behalf of an African-American woman (who performed canvassing for the defendant campaigns) and a Caucasian “whistleblower.”  It has been alleged that both campaigns engaged in employment discrimination which they attempted to conceal with the use of another corporate entity.  The Star-Ledger ran a piece about the lawsuit as well.  A copy of the First Amended Complaint that Dan first filed in May of 2010 can be found by clicking this link.

Dan penned a pithy, but poignant, article for the American Bar Association’s Young Lawyer’s Division newsletter concerning youthful appearance and the practice; it appeared in the September issue. 

Dan was featured in a New Jersey Herald article about attorneys in Newton.  The piece showcased the growing legal practice on Newton’s famed Spring Street.http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2010/09/nj_canvass_director_for_democr.htmlhttp://www.marchesefirm.com/jenkins.pdfhttp://www.abanet.org/yld/tyl/sept10/young.htmlhttp://www.njherald.com/story/news/08LAWYERS-webshapeimage_3_link_0shapeimage_3_link_1shapeimage_3_link_2shapeimage_3_link_3
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December 2009


Dan Marchese has been appointed to the District XB Ethics Committee, serving Northwest New Jersey.  This four-year commitment is a great honor to Dan, as both Superior Court Judges and peers gave their blessing to his service.


Additionally, this past year Dan was certified as a civil mediator.  Undergoing a rigorous training course to attain this title, in this role, Dan will begin to assist the Courts in resolving matters prior to trial.

Dan was recently featured in a New Jersey Herald article about attorneys in Newton.  The piece showcased the growing legal practice on Newton’s famed Spring Street.

August 2013
Dan Marchese has just finished a term as a District XB Ethics Committee Member, a position he held since the Fall of 2009.

Dan undertook the representation of Sian Green, a young woman from the UK who was severely injured in a pedestrian knock-down accident with a NYC Taxi Cab.

January 2013

Dan filed a Class-Action suit, grounded in nuisance, on behalf of 200 Roxbury Township residents against the current owner of the Old Fenimore Landfill.
October 2012

Dan Marchese was pro hac vice’d into a commercial case venued in the L.A. County Courts out in California.  He is vigorously defending a client there against a $2.7 Million-Dollar lawsuit.

February 2012

In a ceremony in Washington, D.C., Dan was sworn-in as a member of the Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States.