Gregory S. Marsiglia
Gregory S. Marsiglia joined Lowe Stein in 2005, having practiced law in New Orleans since 1997
in a variety of commercial, corporate, and general civil litigation, and
in a variety of corporate, real estate, and business transactions. Mr.
Marsiglia also advises corporate and commercial clients on formation and
planning issues, internal governance, in a variety of contractual matters.
Mr. Marsiglia also has extensive experience litigating succession, trust,
and usufruct disputes. He advises and represents executors and other succession
representatives, trustees and beneficiaries, and usufructuaries and naked
owners, with a thorough understanding of the rights and obligations of each.
Representative clients likewise include real estate developers, building
contractors, manufacturers of engineered materials used in the building
trades, landlords, and property owners concerning the laws relating to
property, private contracting, and in litigation. Such representation
includes litigation of property casualty claims against their insurers
and construction lien and defect claims, whether on public or private
projects. When representing the boards of condominiums and homeowners’
associations, his advice and representation extends to the internal affairs
and administration of such associations, and representing them in actions
to recover assessments, and to enforce liens.
In recent years, Mr. Marsiglia co-authors the Louisiana Civil Practice
Forms (3d) of West Publishing’s Louisiana Practice Series, which
is published annually in book form by Thomson Reuters and electronically
for Westlaw subscribers. These are practitioner’s guides for other
attorneys, in which Mr. Marsiglia writes the chapters devoted to execution
of judgments and garnishment. His published work on these subjects remains
current with annual updates.
Mr. Marsiglia also serves by appointment of the Louisiana Supreme Court
as an Assistant Bar Examiner on the subject of Business Entities and Negotiable
Instruments. These examinations test the knowledge of applicants to the
Louisiana Supreme Court for a license to practice law in Louisiana. Successful
passage of the Louisiana Bar Exam is required for admission to the practice law.
Mr. Marsiglia holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and a Juris
Doctorate from Tulane University. His professional association memberships
include the Louisiana State Bar and New Orleans Bar Associations, and
he serves on the New Orleans Bar Association’s Construction Law
and Real Estate Committees. He is admitted to practice in the state and
federal courts of Louisiana.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Marsiglia engaged in the mortgage banking business
as a principal in Amerivest Mortgage Corporation of Louisiana and as a
real estate title attorney for Marsiglia Title Agency. His practice continues
to draw on that experience in the representation of clients in secured
transactions under state and federal mortgage laws and the uniform commercial code.