Marcus G. Larson makes the well-crafted advocacy of the client’s position his absolute priority in delivering comprehensive and highly personalized litigation services. Whether in the heat of trial or merely in the early stages of a dispute, Mr. Larson assists his clients in choosing the right battles and employs the necessary command of the big picture to accomplish their goals. Simply stated, he succeeds by making the client’s problem his own.
Mr. Larson’s areas of practice include all facets of business, real estate, contract, unfair competition, corporate, partnership, employment, business torts, trademark, copyright, and trade secret disputes, as well as various business and technology issues. He further specializes in crafting smart resolutions to complex business problems, vigorously pursuing not only the legal interests of the client, but the business and financial interests as well.
After practicing in Philadelphia for a year, Mr. Larson returned to his home state of California and has enjoyed a successful litigation practice with Grant Genovese & Baratta since February 1, 2000. In that time, he has achieved an array of successful outcomes, whether at trial, arbitration, law and motion, appeal, or negotiated resolutions.
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Tulane University School of Law (J.D., cum laude, 1998)
– Trial Advocacy Honors
– Tulane Journal of International & Comparative Law
– International Law Society (president & vice president)
– Tulane Technology & Intellectual Property Society and Journal (founding executive board member)
– Tulane-Cardozo Certificate In International Studies
– Tulane Certificate of European Legal Practice
Pepperdine University (B.A. political science, cum laude, 1994)
– Air Force Academy Foreign Policy Conference (1994)
– Phi Kappa Nu
Admitted to practice in Pennsylvania, 1998
Admitted to practice in California, 2000