A History of Commitment to Construction Law
Mazur Carp’s deep commitment to the construction industry dates back to 1968, when Sayward (Woody) Mazur, the firm’s cofounder, began practicing construction law with the legendary Max E. Greenberg. Twelve years later, Woody teamed with T&E lawyer Gerald Carp to form Mazur & Carp. Gary Rubin became a shareholder in the firm’s construction practice in 1985, and the firm assumed its present name five years later. Frank Wagner came to the firm in 1988 and became a shareholder in 2000.
A Tradition of Excellence in Trusts & Estates
Gerald I. Carp co-founded Mazur & Carp in 1980, after having practiced as a trust and estate partner at a large, prestigious law firm, where he litigated, published and lectured widely in his field of expertise. In 1985 MazurCarp’s T&E practice was poised for growth, and Thomas Draper joined as an associate, bringing to bear his own distinguished record as a tax and estate attorney. He became a shareholder in 2000. Benjamin A. Rosen, a respected estate litigation attorney, joined MazurCarp as an associate in 2007.