Eric Marcy

Eric Marcy is a Shareholder at Wilentz, Goldman, & Spitzer, PA, 90 Woodbridge Center Drive, P.O. Box 10, Woodbridge, N.J. 07095. He has been employed with the firm since September of 1985 and has a wide variety of experience in criminal, civil, and administrative litigation. View Mr. Marcy’s bio at

Mr. Marcy has been a member of the New Jersey Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers since 1987. He served as a Trustee of the NJ-ACDL from 2001 to 2010. He also served on the legislative committee and instrumental in creating Association’s website and served as the website administrator for the NJ-ACDL (

Mr. Marcy served as an instructor for the Institute of Continuing Legal Education Criminal Practice “Skills and Methods” program for newly admitted attorneys from 2000 to 2009.

Mr. Marcy has served as a panelist on credited Continuing Legal Education programs on Ethics, Municipal Liability, and Police Liability for the New Jersey Association for Justice, the National Business Institute, and Lorman Educational Services.

Mr. Marcy has been selected for inclusion in New Jersey Super Lawyers® lists 2018-2017, 2009-2006. Super Lawyers is published by Thomson Reuters. A description of their selection process can be found in the respective link above. The aforementioned organization is a private peer review organization, not a court specific public certification vehicle. No aspect of this advertisement has been submitted to or approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.

He is also an authorized attorney under the New Jersey State PBA Legal Protection Plan, representing law enforcement officers in administrative, civil and criminal matters.

Inquiries may be directed to him by telephone at 732-855-6004 or by email at

Recent Posts

What Are a Social Worker’s Obligations Under the New Jersey Administrative Code When an Insurance Company Demands to Conduct an Audit of Patient Records?

By Eric Marcy |   Apr. 15, 2018

            Health Care Insurance Carriers (“Carrier”) have specific, defined, and limited authority to have access to a licensed Social Worker’s records involving services paid through the Carrier’s Health Insurance Plan. Such access is not unlimited and sometimes an investigator on behalf of the Carrier will show up at the Social Worker’s office and demand to see the complete files identified by the investigator. Typically, such investigations are triggered by either complaints from patients regarding service or billing or a Carrier's suspicions of fraud based upon claims filed. Out of Network Providers, with a large patient base, are potential subjects of audits due to the volume of business and costs incurred by the carrier. It is not unheard of that a Carrier might use the opportunity of an audit to encourage a Provider to become an in-network Provider during the audit process.

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Topics : Health Care, Record keeping, Risk Management, Audits, Professional Licensing, Insurance Company Investigations, Patient Privacy, Patient Records, Social Workers, Patient Confidentiality, Insurance Audits, Insurance Carriers, Insurance Carrier Investigations | 0 Comments Read More

What is a Litigation Control Group?  Who are Eligible to be Members? How Does One Confirm the Participants?

By Eric Marcy |   Apr. 12, 2018

A.  Assessing the Structure of the Entity and Who the Attorney Represents

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Topics : Attorney-Client Privilege, Eric Marcy, Litigation Control Group,, Attorney Work Product Privilege, Corporate Counsel, Corporate Representation, Privilege | 0 Comments Read More


By Eric Marcy |   Jan. 19, 2018

          Due to the nature of the practice a Psychologist’s obligations relating to the maintenance of proper records is unique.  A professional license takes years to acquire and faulty or erroneous record keeping may place one’s career and livelihood in jeopardy.  So too, the mishandling of an investigation or an audit may place may also jeopardize a lifetime of pride and work.  The consequences for failing to maintain proper records and mishandling an investigation or audit can be severe and may implicate administrative, civil, and even criminal consequences.

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Topics : Psychologists, Record keeping, Risk Management, Audits, HIPPA, Professional Licensing, Board of Psychological Examiners, Department of Banking and Insurance, Insurance Company Investigations, Patient Privacy | 0 Comments Read More

Recognizing Access to the Internet as a “Basic Need,” Rejecting Blanket Bans on Internet Use, and Raising Questions as to the Scope of Monitoring Personal Computers

By Eric Marcy |   Mar. 31, 2017


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Topics : Criminal Defense, Parole, Criminal Law, Appellate Practice, Internet Monitoring, Computer Monitoring | 0 Comments Read More

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