Marsha Veron Kazarosian
Civil rights Attorney at Haverhill, MA
Licensed for 40 years
For over 30 years, Attorney Marsha V. Kazarosian has represented plaintiffs in the areas of civil rights, discrimination, and personal injury, as well as family law litigation and criminal defense. Attorney Kazarosian is also an experienced mediator, resolving cases involving professional negligence, contracts, personal injury, and business disputes.
Attorney Kazarosian vigorously advocates for her clients to reach the best results. She has a consistent and proven record of success as demonstrated by her 10.0 Superb rating from AVVO.com and her Martindale Peer Review Rating of AV Preeminent.
She has been named a Super Lawyer by New England Super Lawyers Magazine every year since 2006 in areas including Civil Rights, Personal Injury Litigation and Family Law. She has also been identified as one of the Top 50 Women Lawyers in MA and New England. In 2006, Attorney Kazarosian was featured in Massachusetts Super Lawyers Magazine’s cover story, showcasing her career biography and her climb to national recognition.
Best Lawyers©, the oldest and most respected attorney ranking service in the world, which publishes its attorney listings in partnership with U.S. News & World Report and other media partners, has also recognized Attorney Kazarosian in the fields of Plaintiff’s Personal Injury Litigation, Civil Rights, and Employment Law.
Attorney Kazarosian has been involved in ground-breaking legal cases, including a multimillion-dollar verdict in a gender discrimination suit against the Haverhill Golf and Country Club, the first case of its kind to go to trial in the country. As a result of extensive post-trial litigation and appeals, the victory in Borne, et al. v. Haverhill Golf and Country Club, Inc. became a landmark case in the nation for gender discrimination in a country club/membership-based club setting. Attorney Kazarosian continues to fight against gender discrimination and has affirmed her stature as a leading litigator in discrimination cases.
In addition to protecting the rights of women and minorities in membership-based club settings, Attorney Kazarosian continues to fight discrimination, police excessive force, and sexual harassment in the workplace. In 2016, she succeeded in the First Circuit Court of Appeals by overturning the dismissal of a case filed by her client in the US District Court in Boston when a Lawrence, MA police officer raped her client while on duty. In 2001, she defeated claims of disability discrimination in a landmark case against the manager of a racquetball club who was sued under the Americans with Disabilities Act in the case of Kuketz v. Petronelli.
Among Attorney Kazarosian’s high-profile criminal cases is her representation of one of the then-juvenile defendants accused of the murder of Gregory Smart in New Hampshire. The national attention of that murder case inspired tremendous media coverage including two movies: one with Helen Hunt entitled “Murder in New Hampshire, the Pamela Smart Case,” and one with Nicole Kidman entitled “To Die For.” Attorney Kazarosian has twice appeared on the Oxygen Network series Snapped related to the Pamela Smart murder case, which has also been the subject of an episode of American Justice.
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