Marcus joined 7KBW in 2005. He specialises in commercial litigation and arbitration and is recognised by the directories as a leading junior.

Recent notable cases include Natwest Markets v. Stallion 8 Shipping Co. [2018] Lloyd’s Rep. Plus 93; The Cultural Foundation v. Beazley Furlonge Ltd [2018] Lloyd’s Rep I.R. Plus 54; and PST Energy 7 Shipping LLC v. O.W. Bunker Malta (the “Res Cogitans”) [2016] A.C. 1034 (sale of goods), described by Lloyd’s List as “the most spectacular shipping legal imbroglio so far this century”. His practice covers all areas of commercial law, from general commercial disputes to specialist areas such as shipping, insurance, reinsurance, international arbitration and civil fraud. He has acted in a wide variety of cases of different types and sizes, both on his own and as a junior. Before being called to the Bar, Marcus practised as a solicitor with the City firm Lovells (now Hogan Lovells). He was involved in a broad range of general corporate and commercial disputes and also gained valuable experience of non-contentious work. As a result, he understands the requirements of solicitors and their clients particularly well.