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Marcus is a specialist in the fields of employment and discrimination; product liability; data protection and public law and human rights and has appeared in a number of the leading cases. E.g. CJEU: King v Sash Window Workshop; ECtHR: RMT v UT; Supreme Court: Travelers v XYZ, KO (Nigeria), Hainsworth v MOD, Keyu v SoS, Edwards v Chesterfield; Court of Appeal: HA (Iraq), Mahmood v UT, Seahorse v Nautilus, Binbuga v SoS, SC (Zimbabwe); High Court GLOs: Pinnacle, PIP Breast Implants, Sabril. Please see full profile on 11kbw.com.
MA English Law with German Law: St John’s, Oxford (first class honours); PhD: Manchester University. Called 2002 (Gray’s Inn Scholar); QC 2020. Recorder (Crime and Civil). Advocacy Trainer (Gray’s Inn). AG Panel (A, B and C, 2008-2020).
ILS, ELBA, ELA, DLA, BIICL Product Liability Forum, Common Core Product Liability group.
Numerous journal publications; contributor to Tolley’s Employment Law Handbook; Civil Court Practice (Green Book); Munkman on Employer’s Liability; Cambridge Companion to EU Private Law; Discrimination in Employment.
Languages: English (native) and German.