Marc Nardone is a partner in the Litigation Practice Group. Marc has experience in state and federal courts at both the trial and the appellate levels. He has been involved in written discovery, fact and expert depositions, motions practice, jury trials, and appellate briefing and hasprepared many dispositive motions briefs, as well as appellate briefs. He has challenged and obtained exclusion of expert witnesses and has successfully defended motions to strike expert witnesses.
Marc has extensive commercial litigation experience. He has successfully defended clients against allegations of trade secret misappropriation, breaches of contract, violations of various consumer protection acts, and personal injury in both jury and bench trials. Marc has also represented numerous clients in construction litigation matters both in federal and state courts and counselled clients to manage risks to avoid litigation.
In addition, Marc has extensive experience in constitutional litigation, having authored numerous merit briefs before various U.S. Courts of Appeals on constitutional issues, including the Second Amendment, Due Process, and Equal Protection. He also has significant experience preparing amicus briefs before the U.S. Supreme Court, most of the Courts of Appeals, and various state appellate courts.
Marc places a high value on his pro bono practice. Marc has worked closely with the Helping Up Mission in Baltimore, first assisting residents with legal aid matters such as criminal expungements, post-conviction relief, and recovery of driver’s licenses, and now training and supervising attorneys who continue that work. Marc has also worked at both the trial and appellate level on criminal cases for indigent defendants in the District of Columbia.
Prior to joining Bradley, Marc clerked for the Hon. Lynne A. Battaglia on the Maryland Court of Appeals. During law school, he served as editor-in-chief of the Journal of Healthcare Law & Policy at the University of Maryland School of Law.