Washington, D.C. (former Buckley) Office
Brad Marcus is a white collar and complex civil litigator with over 15 years of experience representing corporate and individual clients in high-stakes civil and criminal enforcement actions and investigations, with a focus on matters involving the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and cross-border issues. Brad also has extensive experience representing clients facing complex issues in federal and state courts throughout the United States, including in multi-district litigation and the parallel and related civil proceedings that often stem from criminal or regulatory investigations.
Brad’s practice includes performing case investigations, developing successful case themes, strategies, and defenses and preparing and defending key witnesses. He has significant experience managing complex litigation, handling pre-trial motions, including overseeing successful summary judgment and motion to dismiss briefings, taking and defending critical fact and expert depositions and managing complex and cross-border e-discovery matters.
In the past few years, he has been involved in a number of cutting-edge cases in the FCPA arena spanning a variety of industries, including financial services, gaming, telecommunications and commodities trading.
Prior to joining Orrick, Brad was a partner at Buckley LLP. He also was an associate at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher and Flom, LLP. From 1999 to 2002, Brad covered Navy football and men’s college lacrosse as a reporter for the Washington Times.
Brad's recent work includes:
His other non-FCPA recent representations include: