Micah E. Marcus

P: 312.642.2141

Formerly a partner at Kirkland & Ellis, Micah is now a member in our firm’s Litigation and Strategic Advisory and Restructuring Departments. He focuses his practice on all aspects of complex commercial litigation, from case development and discovery through trial and appeal. He has more than 18 years of experience in general commercial litigation handling an array of matters including contractual disputes, ERISA and pension matters, labor disputes, asset and business valuation disputes, securities actions and all forms of commercial torts, such as fraudulent transfer, fiduciary duty and negligence claims. Micah also routinely advises clients regarding corporate liability relating to potential litigation, as well as corporate public disclosure requirements, risk management and general fiduciary obligations concerning corporate restructuring matters.

In addition to litigation, Micah has extensive experience in corporate restructuring matters in a wide range of industries, including working with clients on issues relating to business operations under chapter 11, auctioning and negotiating the sale of estate assets, negotiations of contracts and settlement agreements with clients’ creditors and business partners, structuring out-of-court work-outs, and drafting and implementing chapter 11 plans of reorganization.

Micah earned a J.D., with honors, from DePaul University College of Law in 1999. He received a B.A. from the University of Arizona in 1995.