Dealing with legally and factually complex cases requires a strategy which simplifies their complexities and allows a presentation to the decider (judge or jury) which is easy to grasp. In order to accomplish this a thorough understanding of the dispute, as well as the context in which it arose, is a must.
Marvin Infinger concentrates his practice in the areas of business litigation and admiralty law. He also handles complex litigation including:
•Prosecution and defense of construction claims
•Intellectual property actions
•Municipal corporate actions
During his more than 30 years of practicing law, Marvin has also represented clients in non-administrative environmental damage actions and his experience spans the transportation, maritime, and hospitality, tourism, and recreation industries.
Marvin also served, at the request of the Chief Judge of the Federal District Court of South Carolina, as chair of the Advisory Committee under the Civil Justice Reform Act. In that role, he led the review and recommendation process that resulted in modifications of congressionally mandated practice rules.
•Recognized by Chambers USA as a Leader in Their Field in Commercial Litigation
•Named Charleston's 2009 Bet-the-Company Litigator of the Year by Best Lawyers
•Listed in Best Lawyers in America since 2008 for Admiralty Law, Litigation-Construction, Litigation-Intellectual Property, Litigation-Municipal, Commercial Litigation and Bet-the-Company Litigation
•Best Lawyers in America Lawyer of the Year in Charleston for Litigation-Intellectual Property and Admiralty and Maritime Law, 2015
•Listed in Super Lawyers for South Carolina - Business Litigation and Transportation/Maritime Law since 2008
•Benchmark Litigation, Local Litigation Star - Charleston
Nexsen Pruet Ranked Among Top in the Carolinas; Legal Guide Recognizes Sixteen Attorneys and Six Practice Areas
May 27, 2013
Nexsen Pruet Attorneys Recognized By Peers; Twenty-Eight Named to 2013 Super Lawyers List for South Carolina
April 30, 2013
Nexsen Pruet Ranked Among Top Firms in the Carolinas
May 29, 2014
Marvin speaks fairly regularly at events for students and lawyers at the Charleston School of Law.
Outside Nexsen Pruet
Marvin is an ordained deacon and elder of the Presbyterian Church, U.S.A. He is past president of the Charleston County Bar Association and past commissioner of the South Carolina State Ethics Commission. In his spare time, Marvin enjoys writing fiction and is an avid outdoors enthusiast.