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About Marisa Bowe

Marisa Bowe is a writer, editor and producer with credits in The New York Times, The New Yorker, Harper's, New York Magazine, Slate, and PBS NewsHour, among others. She is co-editor of the oral histories Gig: Americans Talk About Their Jobs, and US: Americans Talk About Love. She graduated cum laude from Columbia University with a B.A. in modern European history. 

Articles Written by Marisa Bowe

Miracles on 29th and 42nd Streets

Michael Hiller’s battles to preserve historic landmarks

The Rules for Contesting a Will in Florida

No. 1: someone has to be dead

Trademarking Your Business in California

IP lawyers say you should with a business name, but make sure you do it right

The Ways to Contest a Will in New York Are Few

NYC estate planning attorneys break it down

Dollars to Donuts

Bankruptcy lawyer Janice Grubin comes into her own

What Happens When Your Ex Leaves the Country with Your Child?

How international custody battles are sorted in Florida

Nipping Startup Concerns in the Bud

The cannabis industry is financially rewarding, but complicated, in NorCal

How to Handle Custody That Cross Borders

International family law cases are on the rise; here's how they're resolved

Not After the Big Part

Anne Vladeck and her family have been taking on big, fat firms for 70 years

When to Protect an Idea with a Patent, Copyright or Trademark

If you have a big idea in the Big Apple, here's what to do

‘You Dream of Crosses Like This’

The four attorneys who helped acquit Abacus bank

What Do I Do If I'm Being Cyberstalked in Florida?

Attorneys' advice on putting a stop to online bullies

Does Your Case Belong in Civil or Criminal Court?

Sometimes it's both. Here's a helpful guide to know for sure

Untangling New York's Super-Confusing Rent Regulations

It’s complicated, so let the experts tell you

If You Haven't Written a Will, New York State Has

Where there's a will, there's a way

Conscience Coupling

Husband-and-wife team Randolph McLaughlin and Debra Cohen are building a new kind of civil rights practice

The Dog Days of Litigation

Legal issues surrounding dog bites in New York City

The Zonin’ Lobels

Richard Lobel follows in the footsteps of his father, Sheldon, who followed in the footsteps of his father-in-law

Neighbor Rights During Construction in New York City

What to know and do if your use of property is interfered with

Car Accidents Happen

Here’s what to do, just in case, in New York 

Pirates of the Arabian

Lawrence Rutkowski on negotiating with men holding AK-47s

The Eagle Scout

Bankruptcy lawyer Deryck Palmer is nice 98 percent of the time    

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