Legal Practice Areas of Marcia J. Busching

Marcia Busching’s legal practice is primarily devoted to arbitration, real estate, construction, and complex business matters, with significant experience in construction and commercial arbitration.

With service on American Arbitration Association (AAA) panels spanning three decades, including international arbitration, Marcia is in demand for a wide variety of very significant construction and business disputes as well as consumer and smaller disputes. Presently, she is a member of the AAA’s Commercial Panel, Large Complex Case Panel, and Master Construction Panel. The depth of her legal practice and business experience is a significant asset to her work as an arbitrator.

As an attorney, Marcia helps individuals and small and large businesses anticipate, mitigate, and work through difficult problems by identifying and implementing creative and cost-effective solutions. She has represented clients in complex real estate transactions, settled multimillion-dollar litigation, resolved patent violations, advised on new business formation, and more.

Get to Know Marcia J. Busching

Marcia firmly believes in continuing education and staying current with trends and changes. She has been actively involved throughout her career in both learning and teaching in her areas of expertise. She is a member of the State Bar of Arizona and works primarily virtually. Busching Law maintains its own case management, calendaring, billing, and retention systems.

Marcia is available in person and by videoconference or teleconference, and she is also available to travel for hearings, consultations, and client meetings.

Marcia grew up in Omaha, Nebraska and received three degrees from the University of Wisconsin—Madison (B.B.A, M.B.A., and J. D. (Order of the Coif)) before moving to Phoenix, Arizona for her legal career. She was a bank examiner with FDIC training for a period of time prior to law school. She is married to her high school sweetheart and has three adult children and five young grandchildren. (None of them are lawyers!)


Education and Admissions

Marcia received her Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) and Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) degrees from the University of Wisconsin School of Business. She completed her Juris Doctor (J.D.) studies at the University of Wisconsin Law School. Marcia was a member of The Order of the Coif.

Marcia obtained a general contractor license in Arizona in 2005 and, over the years, has completed extensive training in alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and as an arbitrator.

Licensed by the State Bar of Arizona, Marcia is admitted to practice in Arizona state and local courts, the US District Court for the District of Arizona, and the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. She serves clients across the country in her practice as an arbitrator.

Commitment to the Local, Legal, and Business Communities

Marcia’s dedication to her profession is matched by her commitment to her community. In 2012, she campaigned for a position on the Arizona Corporation Commission, Arizona’s utility regulator. Over the course of the campaign, she gained extensive knowledge in utility regulation, generation, and delivery.

As the chairman of the Arizona Citizens Clean Election Commission, she was responsible for administering and enforcing laws governing campaign finance.

She is involved in a number of professional and philanthropic organizations and donates her time to various local causes and community service:

  • Member of the Commercial, Master Construction, and Large Complex Case panels of the American Arbitration Association;
  • Member of the State Bar of Arizona;
  • Member of the American Bar Association;
  • Member of the City of Phoenix Planning Commission, where she is involved in matters concerning city building and improvements;
  • Member of the City of Phoenix Development Advisory Board, which is responsible for oversight of the city’s development procedures;
  • Member of the South Mountain Village Planning Committee;
  • Board member and vice chair for Trellis, an economic empowerment nonprofit that provides homeownership counseling and financial access services to Phoenix families;
  • Member of the Arizona State University Women and Philanthropy group for the last 13 years; and
  • Member and past president of Charter 100, a nonpartisan, nonprofit network organization for women leaders of outstanding accomplishments in diverse fields.

Marcia shares the knowledge gained through her legal and business experience through publications and speaking engagements. She speaks regularly on arbitration and other business law matters for the State Bar of Arizona, the American Arbitration Association, and others.

She was recognized for Real Estate Law in The Best Lawyers in America® in the third edition and sixth through 14th editions and in Super Lawyers®. Marcia has also been rated an AV Preeminent® attorney by her peers on Martindale-Hubbell® as well as in the Martindale-Hubbell Judicial Edition as late as in 2023. She has been listed in Arizona’s Top Rated Lawyers—Legal Leaders and in the top 1% as of 2022 in the American Registry of America’s Most Honored Lawyers.

Contact Marcia J. Busching Today

Working with an experienced arbitrator or attorney is essential to anticipate and protect against avoidable problems and to resolve disputes efficiently. Marcia J. Busching has the knowledge and skill necessary to help clients navigate even the most complex matters to help protect your business. For arbitrator services or real estate, construction, and business law needs, contact Marcia J. Busching at Busching Law PLC by completing this convenient online contact form.

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