Marvin J. Brauth - Business Litigation and Franchise Attorney in NJ

Marvin J. Brauth
Phone: 732.855.6084
Fax:  732.726.6651
Bar Admission:

New Jersey, 1974
New York, 1988
United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, 1974
United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, 2000
United States Court of Appeals, Third Circuit 1978
United States Supreme Court, 1981

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J.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1974
B.A., Colgate University, 1971

Biographical Information:

Marvin Brauth, a shareholder with Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer, P.A. since 1981, has been associated with the firm since 1974.  He practices in the areas of business litigation, franchising and trade association representation. 

Mr. Brauth regularly represents franchisees in connection with the review of franchise agreements, leases, buy-sell agreements, corporate representation, disputes with franchisors and consumers, and other matters.  He has litigated numerous issues involving franchise agreements and franchise laws as counsel to motor vehicle retailers, the New Jersey Coalition of Automotive Retailers (NJCAR) and other franchisees.  Mr. Brauth has also litigated or arbitrated consumer disputes and class actions and has handled governmental investigations, and administrative and legal proceedings.

As counsel to NJCAR, Mr. Brauth has been involved in the drafting of much of New Jersey’s franchise legislation.  He has also been a frequent contributor to automotive industry publications and has lectured extensively to franchisee audiences and to attorneys on franchising issues.

Mr. Brauth is presently a member of the American Bar Association (Member, Litigation and Franchise Law sections), New Jersey State Bar Association (former Chairman of the Franchise Law Committee, Member of the Federal Practice Committee) and Middlesex County Bar Association (Chancery Law Committee and Chancery Mediator).

Area of Emphasis:
Franchisee Representation and Litigation
Defense of Consumer Litigation
Arbitration and Mediation
Class Action Defense
Chancery and Federal Practice