BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- Attorney and police commissioner Edwin P. Farrow will join The Marcus Law Firm in Branford.
He will also maintain his current office at 3324 Main St. in Bridgeport, where his general business law practice primarily deals with real estate matters.
"I am delighted to welcome Ed and look forward to working with him as we expand our practice west from Branford to include a new ability to serve clients in Fairfield County," said Edward L. Marcus, principal of The Marcus Law Firm.
“Ed brings a wealth of business law expertise, including finance, mortgage, contract negotiation and bankruptcy, which will perfectly complement our existing focus," he said.
“Ed also is entrenched in the local community and is a well-known community leader through his years of volunteer service, most notably as a Bridgeport Police Commissioner, a position he has held from 2010,” Marcus added.
Farrow is one of seven members of the Bridgeport Police Commission.
Besides Bridgeport, Farrow also will work from the Branford location.
Marcus is a former Connecticut state senator and former chairman of the Connecticut Democratic State Central Committee.
His practice serves clients throughout the state as well as a national clientele, with particular emphasis on real estate law, including commercial transactions, banking, construction, prosecution, and defense of foreclosures on mortgages and tax liens.
“I expect that, aside from our business dealings, Ed and I will have much to discuss in the political realm, since we both have been heavily involved in politics during the course of our careers,” said Marcus, noting that Farrow has been a member of the Democratic State Central Committee since 2012.
“I am very excited and inspired to join forces with Ed, who is well known and respected in the legal community,” Farrow said.
“Together we will extend our reach and services to assist a great many businesses and individuals as the New England real estate market continues to recover and steadily improve," Farrow said.
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