Marcus joined Bell Temple as an associate after articling with the firm. His practice is focused on defending claims related to occupier liability, product liability, tort motor vehicle, contractual matters, and property loss disputes. In this capacity, he has a record of success before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and Ontario’s Small Claims Court.
Marcus is also involved in the firm’s accident benefits group. He is experienced in representing insurance companies in applications brought before the Licence Appeal Tribunal and is well-versed in priority and loss transfer disputes.
Marcus received his Juris Doctor from Dalhousie University’s Schulich School of Law where he graduated with a certificate in business law. While at law school, he was heavily involved in the student community, including serving as President of the Sports and Entertainment Law Society for all three years. Marcus also completed an internship at the Northumberland Community Legal Centre during his final summer of law school. In this role, he advocated on behalf of low income residents in tenancy disputes and non-unionized employees in workplace claims. He credits this experience for fuelling his desire to pursue a career in advocacy/litigation.