With a strong administrative team, Steven Marks’ managerial work can center on preserving the firm culture of a close-knit group where all contribute and little oversight is needed. Founded in 1967, the Miami-based firm, best known for aviation litigation, but also class actions and personal injury, is decidedly boutique and very selective: Marks recently made his first new hire in two years. Firm pro bono work includes addressing state overreach in certain constitutional issues and partnering with the ACLU on marriage-equality in Florida.
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