Endangered Species Act,
Wetlands, and NEPA
Federal Contract Claims
Marzulla Law, LLC
After years of significant experience at the Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., large national law firms, and non-profit, public interest litigation, in 1997, Roger Marzulla and Nancie Marzulla founded Marzulla Law LLC. Their goal was to offer the highest quality litigation services to individuals, combined with personalized service only a small firm can provide. Today Marzulla Law operates to accomplish this mission–representing an array of landowners and business entities in takings litigation, breach of trust litigation, and contract claims in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims. Given their broad backgrounds in environmental law, the Marzullas also represent clients in environmental challenges brought in federal district court for such issues as NEPA, wetlands, and the Endangered Species Act.
As a boutique firm, Marzulla Law provides clients with personal attention, bringing to bear decades of experience to provide clients with the highest quality legal representation available in firms of any size. The Marzullas are frequent speakers and commentators on legal issues including takings, Court of Federal Claims litigation, and environmental litigation. Marzulla Law attorneys are also often brought in or consulted by other lawyers for their extensive expertise and litigation support in Court of Federal Claims cases.
Marzulla Law is proud to have been repeatedly recognized by Best Lawyers as a top tier firm in environmental litigation and listed in Super Lawyers. Marzulla Law is also an active participant in the INBLF, a network of national boutique and large international firms.
Nancie and Roger head a firm staffed by consummate professionals. I have worked with numerous law teams, but the Marzullas stand in the top in terms of working with experts to enhance the quality of their testimony.Dr. Edward Aguado
Why Choose Marzulla Law?
We’re devoted to accomplishing your legal objectives. As a boutique law firm, when you hire us, you can be confident that we will work directly for you in achieving your litigation objectives. We also work in close partnership with referring law firms, general counsels, and local counsel to handle large, complex litigation.
Marzulla Law has decades of experience litigating in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, federal district courts, and federal courts of appeal, including the Federal Circuit and D.C. Circuit.
Claims in the Court of Federal Claims
- Takings Claims
- Contract Claims
- Breach of Trust Claims
- Endangered Species Act (ESA)
- National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)
- Administrative Procedures Act (APA/CWA/Wetlands)
Our Clients Come First
At the heart of any dispute is the client. Our team is committed to putting the needs of our clients first. We strive to deliver the highest quality legal services to any client we represent. When you work with us, our first priority is to listen to you, understand your objectives, and to understand your desired outcome.
Leadership and Commitment
Nancie and Roger Marzulla have been recognized by their peers in Best Lawyers® for environmental litigation and were named in the Washington Post list of Top Attorneys in Washington, DC and Baltimore. Our decades of experience, our commitment to our clients and our experience in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims are just a few reasons most of our cases come from referrals. Learn more about Marzulla Law »
At Marzulla Law, LLC, we provide our clients with an exceptional level of service and believe a collaborative, attorney-client relationship is essential to success. Please call us at 202-822-6760 or complete the form on the Contact Us page to arrange a consultation.
News & Articles
Kane County, Utah v. United States, Nos. 17-739C; 17-1991C (September 25, 2019), is a class action brought in the Court of Federal Claims by two subclasses of local government entities claiming that the federal government owed them additional payments under the...
In the recent Court of Federal Claims decision, McCutchen v. United States, No. 18-1965C (September 23, 2019), the Court rejected a taking challenge to a regulation promulgated by the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) that...
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