Marc M. Coupey

Founding Member

Marc M. Coupey Law, PLLC
11 E. 36th Street, Suite 100B
New York, NY 10016
Phone: (914) 426-0661

Marc M. Coupey graduated Columbia College in New York City with a degree in comparative literature. He excelled at the College, joined the crew team, had his poetry published and maintained his place on the Dean’s List. After working as a research paralegal at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, he earned his law degree from Cardozo Law School where besides being given a place on the International Law Review, he argued in the Supreme Court and Appellate Division as a part of Barry Scheck’s Criminal Law Clinic and Criminal Appeals Clinic. After law school he worked at a New York City criminal defense firm and practiced as a real estate/commercial litigator with Stuart A. Klein, Esq. before starting Marc M. Coupey Law, PLLC. His practice now includes commercial litigation focusing on property development, property damages, construction services, contracts, leases, financing and mortgages.

An Outstanding Reputation

Attorney Marc M. Coupey has a stellar reputation among both peers and clients. Among his peers, he is well known for his winning arguments and aggressive advocacy. Among his clients, he is known for his integrity, in-depth knowledge of the law and down-to-earth approach. At Marc M. Coupey Law, PLLC, expect to meet a legal professional who is compassionate and knowledgeable. Marc M. Coupey treats clients’ legal issues as if they were his own. He takes the time to listen to your individual needs and delivers effective legal solutions.

Marc M. Coupey Law, PLLC is experienced in both business and real estate disputes and transactions. There is often a substantial amount of money at stake in these matters and the firm is there to protect your investments. Marc M. Coupey will thoroughly analyze your specific situation from every perspective and work with you to create the most efficient and effective resolution. The firm’s goal is to protect its clients’ best interests, to successfully resolve their disputes, and to avoid unnecessary expense and delay.