A civil litigation practice that champions your legal and Constitutional rights
The law office of Mark Floyd Itzkowitz is a general law practice that defends and asserts the legal and Constitutional rights of residents of Suffolk, Middlesex and other counties in Massachusetts in civil litigation, discrimination and civil rights matters.
Firm founder and principal Mark Floyd Itzkowitz was admitted to practice in Massachusetts in 1983 and in New York in 1984. He has built a reputation for providing practical and compassionate advice in obtaining justice for those whose legal and civil rights have been violated. He is a tenacious litigator in court both at the local and state levels. It is not only clients who appreciate his hard work but also colleagues in the legal profession: Mark Floyd Itzkowitz has earned an AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating by Martindale-Hubbell for his high ethical standards and professional ability.
Fighting for the rights of the individual for more than 30 years:
The law office of Mark Floyd Itzkowitz has successfully litigated or otherwise resolved a wide range of civil cases ranging from the simple to the complex primarily, cases in the areas of:
Victim's Rights and Civil Litigation We vigorously represent you in matters involving breach of contracts, property damage, personal injury claims, insurance claims, premises liability, construction litigation, consumer litigation, products liability, product defects and torts.
Discrimination We defend your right to freedom from discrimination in all its forms, including racial, disability, workplace, gender, religious and ageism.
Civil Rights We defend your rights under the American Bill of Rights and the U.S. Constitution, including the freedoms of religion, speech, press, petition, peaceable assembly and association, and the rights to bear arms, be protected from unreasonable search and seizure, and receive due process and a fair and speedy trial.
175 Federal Street
Boston MA 02110
Mark Floyd Itzkowitz will represent your Personal Injury legal matters.
-Victims Rights and Civil Litigation
Victims' Rights Law, Premises Liability Law, Personal Injury Law, Civil Rights Law, Appellate Advocacy Law, Civil Litigation
1984: New York; U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts; and U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit
1985: U.S. District Court, Eastern and Southern Districts of New York
1991: U.S. District Court, Northern District of New York
1993: U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit
Law School: George Washington University, J.D.
Member: Massachusetts and American Bar Associations; Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys; American Association for Justice
Biography: Massachusetts Super Lawyers, 2007 and 2010; Author: Tort Issues in Residential and Commercial Tenancies in Residential and Commercial Landlord-Tenant Practice in Massachusetts (MCLE, 2001, 2004, 2006, 2009 and 2011); Lead Poisoning Liability: The Plaintiff's Perspective in Massachusetts Premises Liability (MCLE 1997 and 2004); Lead Paint Litigation From the Plaintiff's Perspective in Comprehensive Premises Liability (MCLE 1996). Co-Author: "Crimes of Violence and Civil Liability: The Negligent Security Case," A Survey of Massachusetts Law 2 MATA Journal 22, Academy of Attorneys. Co-Author with Rabbi Loel M. Weiss: Unholy Waters, How a Massachusetts Synagogue Found Its Way to Shore After a Sex Abuse Scandal, a Prosecution, and a Lawsuit As Narrated by the Synagogue's Rabbi and its Legal Counsel (chapter) in Amy Neustein (ed.), Tempest in the Temple (2009)
Born: New York, New York; September 13, 1957
Cases: U.S. v. Cadavid, 192 F.3d 230 (1st Cir., 1999); Galvao v. Gillette Co., 121 F.3d 695 (1st Cir., 1997) (Table); U.S. v. Rose, 104 F.3d 1408 (1st Cir., 1997); U.S. v. Olude, 70 F.3d 110 (1st Cir. 1995) (Table); West v. Sears, Roebuck, 780 F.2d 169 (1st Cir., 1984); Fuller v. First Financial Insurance Company, 448 Mass.1 (2006); Bagley v. Monticello Insurance Company, 430 Mass.454 (1999); Johnson v. Summers, 411 Mass. 82 (1991) cert. denied, 112 S. Ct. 1166 (1992); Markee v. Biasetti, 410 Mass. 785 (1991); Narine v. Powers, 400 Mass. 343 (1987); Walsh v. Comprehensive Addiction Programs, Inc., 72 Mass. App. Ct. 1112 (Table), further app. rev. denied, 452 Mass. 1106 (2008); Clough v. Brown, 59 Mass. App. Ct. 405 (2003); Genereux v. Columbia Sussex Corp., 2008 WL 6605539 (D.Mass., April 10, 2008)(Rulings on Motions in Limine); Pettey v. Belanger, 232 B.R. 543 (D. Mass. 1999); In re: Pettey, 288 B.R. 14 (Bkrcy. D. Mass. 2003); Parsons ex rel. Parsons v. Town of Tewksbury, 26 Mass.L.Rptr. 555 (Middlesex Mass.Super.Ct. January 19, 2010) (Order on Defendants' Motion to Dismiss); Leone v. Silverman, 2004 WL 2567951 (Mass.Land Ct. November 12, 2004); Soriano v. City of Lawrence Police Dept., 12 Mass.L.Rptr. 565 (Essex Mass.Super.Ct. October 23, 2000) (Order Denying Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment); McClure v. Town of East Brookfield, 1999 WL 1323628 (Worcester Mass.Super.Ct. March 11, 1999) (Order on Defendants' Motions for Summary Judgment)
George Washington University