Marcy Tench Stovall practices in the area of civil litigation, principally in the areas of professional liability, appellate practice and employment law. In professional responsibility matters, Marcy regularly represents law firms and attorneys in malpractice litigation, as well as licensing, disciplinary and sanctions matters. Since 2000 she has served on the Connecticut Bar Association's Committee on Professional Ethics, which issues opinions on attorney ethics.
Marcy authored "Lawyer Mobility and Imputed Law Firm Disqualification: Implementing Timely and Effective Ethical Screens," (Connecticut Lawyer); and co-authored “Attorney Advertising in Connecticut: Everything You Need to Know about the New Era of Oversight and Regulation,” (Connecticut Lawyer); “Conflict Waivers: When in Doubt, Spell It Out,” (Connecticut Lawyer); “Responding To a Disciplinary Complaint: The Do’s and Don’ts” (Connecticut Law Tribune), and “Advancing Client Costs: Pitfalls and Changes in Rule 1.8(e),” (Connecticut Law Tribune). She has been a presenter at seminars on attorney ethics, professional responsibility and law firm risk management.