Jason Marcus joined the firm of Bothwell Bracker in 2008. Since then, he has worked almost exclusively on qui tam, False Claims Act, and whistleblower cases. He has worked on and settled more than a dozen cases across the country, as well as serving as lead researcher/writer for the firm's pro bono amicus and appellate practice, and in this capacity has worked on appeals in the Sixth, Ninth, and Eleventh Circuits. Jason is a member of Taxpayers Against Fraud, the national association of qui tam attorneys.
Jason Marcus graduated cum laude from the University of Georgia School of Law in 2006. While at UGA, Mr. Marcus served as notes editor for the Intellectual Property Law Journal and as president of the Sports and Entertainment Law Association. Mr. Marcus is admitted to practice in the state of Georgia, as well as the United States District Court for the Northern and Middle Districts of Georgia.
During law school, Mr. Marcus worked for a civil litigation boutique specializing in asbestos-related litigation defense. In 2007, Mr. Marcus clerked for the Honorable Magistrate Judge G.R. Smith of the Southern District of Georgia. Upon completion of his clerkship, Mr. Marcus joined a general practice, where he gained significant trial experience in a variety of areas, including civil litigation, criminal defense, landlord-tenant law, and family law.
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