Marjorie devotes her practice to extra contractual liability, product liability involving catastrophic claims and wrongful death, and professional liability defense. Her representation of professionals includes accountants, architects, engineers, debt collectors, broker/dealers, insurance brokers/agents, lawyers, real estate agents, travel agents, tattoo artists/cosmeticians, and title insurance companies and agents. She has also defended EEOC claims. In addition to professional liability matters before the state and federal courts, Marjorie has defended brokers/dealers before self-regulatory organizations (SROs). She has also handled securities arbitration claims before the NASD.
In 1988 Marjorie graduated from the University of Miami School of Law and received her undergraduate degree in Political Science from the University of California, San Diego, in 1984. Prior to commencing her private practice, she was a law clerk to the Metro Dade County Sheriff's Office Legal Department where she authored legal memorandum on the issue of Florida's forfeiture statute and its constitutional implications.
Marjorie is a member of the Florida Bar and the State Bar of Michigan. She has also been admitted to practice before the federal courts in the Eastern and Western Districts of Michigan, the Northern District of Indiana, and the Northern and Middle Districts of Florida.