- Stanford Law School (J.D., with Distinction, 2009); Editor, Stanford Law Review
- University of California, Berkeley (B.A., with Highest Distinction, History and German, 2000)
Brandon Marsh is an associate in the Los Angeles office of Irell & Manella LLP, where he is a member of the firm’s litigation practice group. Mr. Marsh’s practice encompasses a broad range of complex litigation in federal and state courts, primarily in the areas of white collar crime, business torts, contracts, securities, and entertainment. Mr. Marsh’s representative matters include:
- Represented one of the world’s largest entertainment companies in contract and business tort litigation regarding the departure of executives and other employees to a competitor company.
- Represented an individual charged with criminal conspiracy, bribery relating to federal funds, and money laundering.
- Represented a technology company in a nine-figure contract dispute.
- Represented an animal rights group in litigation concerning the protection of endangered species.
- Counseled a technology company regarding allegations of executives’ breaches of fiduciary duties and other misconduct.
- Helped inmates of the Los Angeles County Jails to vindicate their religious rights while incarcerated.
Prior to joining Irell, Mr. Marsh served as a law clerk to the Honorable Jerome Farris of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
Mr. Marsh earned his J.D., with Distinction, at Stanford Law School in 2009. He was an editor of the Stanford Law Review and a member of its Development Committee. He earned his B.A., with Highest Distinction, in History and German at the University of California, Berkeley, where he was Phi Beta Kappa. Mr. Marsh speaks German, Spanish, French, and Portuguese.
"Preventing the Inevitable: The Benefits of Contractual Risk Engineering in Light of Venezuela's Recent Oil Field Nationalization," 13 Stan. J. L. Bus. & Fin. 453 (2008)
Bar & Court Admissions
- 2010, California