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Marsha M. Moore

Marsha Moore concentrates her practice on zoning and land use, real estate, commercial transactions and consumer bankruptcy. She represents purchasers, sellers, borrowers, landlords and tenants in all facets of real estate and commercial transactions.

In addition, Marsha handles all aspects of business advice and transactions on behalf of both existing companies and startups, including review, negotiation, preparation of all types of commercial agreements including sales agreements, leases, formation, dissolution of limited liability companies and corporations, sales and purchases of assets and stock/membership/partnership interests.

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Marsha has obtained timely land-use approvals for clients, including subdivision and site plan approvals and all types of variances, in a variety of settings. These include the development, leasing and financing of residential and mixed-use buildings, retail buildings, office buildings, houses of worship and schools. She has appeared before countless municipal and county boards throughout the State of New Jersey, including numerous municipal planning boards, zoning boards and historic commissions.

Marsha has represented developers in many of Newark’s major real estate projects in the past few years, including Teachers Village at Four Corners, located in downtown Newark, consisting of the construction of eight buildings to provide 204 units of residential workforce housing, three charter schools, pre-school daycare and a variety of retail spaces at the ground level of each building; Hahnes and Company Department Store, a mixed-use development consisting of 212 residential units, art school, commercial/office space and a new parking garage; a new high school at North Star Academy Charter School; site plan approval for AeroFarms, a vertical and urban farm complex; and “Homes2Suites by Hilton,” a five-story, 137-room hotel.

Marsha also represents debtors, secured creditors and unsecured creditors in matters involving Chapters 7 and 13 bankruptcy.

Marsha was included on the list of ROI Influencers: People of Color 2023.

Prior to joining Post Polak, Marsha was a partner with Pitman Mindas Grossman Lee and Moore.


  • Rutgers School of Law, J.D.
  • Rutgers University, B.A.


  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey


  • Business Law Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association, Member, Board of Directors
  • Community Health Law Project, Member, Board of Trustees
  • Rotary Club of Newark, Past President
  • Morris-Essex Inn of Transactional Counsel
  • Newark Regional Business Partnership
  • Commercial Real Estate Women of New Jersey (CREW-NJ)
  • Caribbean Bar Associationn of New Jersey
  • New Jersey Women Lawyers Association
  • Essex County Bar Association
  • New Jersey State Bar Association

Practice Areas

How Can I Help You?

Commercial Transactions

Combining the broad perspective required to understand both the apparent and subtle ramifications of decisions concerning the businesses of our clients, with the breadth of experience necessary to advise on the most sophisticated issues and applications of law.

Municipal | Public Bodies Law

Our attorneys have represented the largest city in the state, suburban boroughs and even municipalities with special charters. We are experienced in municipal contracting and have substantial experience negotiating agreements for the procurement of potable water and the operation and maintenance of municipal utility systems.

Land Use | Real Estate | Redevelopment

Whether the matter is complex or simple our attorneys can handle all aspects of the land use process. Moreover, the firm’s attorneys can add value to the process by making optimal use of statutes that permit payments in lieu of real estate taxes.