Marc Laredo brings a strategic legal approach to business litigation, general business law and employment law. He represents clients in disputes among owners of closely held businesses and a wide array of other business litigation matters including commercial contract cases, business torts, employment and non-competition litigation, government investigations and construction cases. Additionally, Marc serves as counsel to closely held businesses, advising them on issues such as the initial formation and maintenance of the business entity, contract and employment matters, crisis situations and exit strategies. Clients choose Marc for his acute business sense. They rely on him to be a vigorous advocate and a creative problem solver, freeing clients to focus on reaching their business goals.
Marc is a member of the Editorial Board of the Massachusetts Law Review and serves as its Articles Editor. He is the author of numerous articles, including “The Attorney-Client Privilege in the Business Context” and “Shareholder Duties and Disputes in Closely Held Corporations in Massachusetts,” both published by the Massachusetts Law Review, and “Is Confidentiality Really Forever Even if the Client Dies or Ceases to Exist,” co-authored with a law school professor and published by the American Bar Association’s Section of Litigation – and subsequently chosen as one of the best articles of the ABA’s sections by the ABA’s Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division. Marc also has taught at a number of continuing legal education programs.
Early in his career, Marc served as an Assistant Attorney General in the Criminal Bureau of the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office.
Marc is a graduate of Cornell University and the University of Pennsylvania Law School. He and his wife live in Newton and have three children.