Marianna Moss litigated at top firms in Denver, Milwaukee, and New York. She was a law clerk to a federal judge, after graduating Fordham Law School with multiple honors: top 5%, Order of the Coif, magna cum laude, and Fordham Law Review.

Marianna regularly advises and counsels clients, negotiates agreements and settlements, and when necessary advocates for them in litigation. She recently has been lead or co-counsel on a wide range of cases: suing the perpetrators of an eight-figure investment fraud scheme; counseling about rights and responsibilities undernoncompetition and severance agreements; defending an individual against criminal contempt charges, and presenting evidence to prosecutors about her clients and their former investment advisors; litigating claims of discriminatory or retaliatory employment termination; and representing a product distributor in disputes with competitors and suppliers. Earlier in her career, she asssisted criminal prosecutors and class action litigators.

Marianna has experience with intellectual property and technology that predates her work as a lawyer. She was a computer programmer for several years, workingin-house at a Wall Street firm and then at a tech startup where she wrote an online e-book store for AOL Time Warner (the e-book store promptly failed, but only because it preceded e-book readers by several years; the site itself worked flawlessly). As a law student, she published an academic law journal article on trademark co-existence agreements, analyzing circumstances in which such critically important agreements might be held valid or invalid.
"Non-judgmental, compassionate, and
a fierce fighter"
-- a recent family law
client describing
"Marianna is the
only lawyer I am
afraid of"
-- an investment
fraud plaintiff
explaining to the rest
of the legal
team why he wanted
Marianna to prepare
him with a mock