Marcus is a trial attorney who specializes in business and partnership disputes. He practices in a wide variety of industries, and has experience representing both individuals and entities, as well as plaintiffs and defendants. His matters span across the State of Texas in both state and federal court. Marcus’ matters entail fiduciary duty disputes; partnership termination and wind up; business fraud and theft; various contract actions; lien disputes; disputes over purchase and sale agreements, non-competes, various other corporate agreements. 

While clerking for Judge Mike Engelhart of the 151st District Court in 2012, Marcus assisted the Court with legal research and motion memoranda. Prior to law school, Marcus interned in the office of Secretary James Baker, III.

Marcus is a Texas native, born and raised in Houston. He volunteers as a music leader for high school students.

  • Represented business and obtained judgment against parties claiming ownership in such business.
  • Represented various local and national entities in partnership disputes.
  • Represented numerous lenders to recover millions of dollars in collateral due to failures to pay under various contracts.
  • Represented plaintiff in civil RICO lawsuit based fraudulent invoices sold to plaintiff, and assisted with obtaining multi-million dollar judgment against responsible parties.
  • Represented ranch owner plaintiff against family members in a dispute involving transfers of family limited partnership interests. Judgment entered rescinding transfers and restoring ownership of the ranch and business to plaintiff.
  • Represented executor and sole beneficiary in will contest matter where adoption by estoppel was alleged by putative adoptee. The case settled after jury selection.
  • The Best Lawyers in America©: Ones to Watch, Commercial Litigation, 2021

  • Houston Bar Association
  • Houston Young Lawyers Association
  • Aggie Bar Association