Brandon Marx is a litigation associate with Foley & Lardner LLP, he is also a member of the firm’s Business Litigation & Dispute Resolution practice. Brandon represents clients in a wide variety of commercial litigation matters, including those for breach of contract, fraud, securities and shareholder disputes, and post-acquisition disputes, as well as real estate and energy-related matters. He handles these matters from inception through completion, including pre-suit investigation, pleading and motion practice, discovery (pre- and post-judgment), mediation, settlement, trial or arbitration, and appeal.
Brandon is known by his colleagues and clients for his ability to handle complex matters and his tactical and strategic thinking, analytical reasoning, and attention to detail.
In addition to his law firm experience, Brandon holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation and previously worked as a senior analyst at a well-known investment bank.
- Member, State Bar of Texas
- Committee Member, Lake Highlands Young Life
- Treasurer and Board Member, Refugee Resources, Inc.
- University of Arkansas School of Law (J.D., magna cum laude, 2015)
- Baylor University (B.A., 2005)
- U.S. District Court for the Northern, Eastern, and Western Districts of Texas
- Represented a private energy company in a broad-based breach of contract dispute with one of its vendor
- Represented an international oil and gas company and its recruiter in an employment-related breach of contract matter. The suit was dismissed on jurisdictional grounds
- Represented a publicly held company in a securities class action lawsuit
- Represented a national gourmet supermarket chain in a lease termination dispute with a landlord that was resolved by arbitration. The arbitration award declared that the lease was terminated and it awarded our client all of its requested attorneys' fees
- Represented a telecommunications client in Texas state court in a post-acquisition suit concerning predecessor-in-interest's assets and allegations of product liability, fraud, deceptive trade practices act violations, wrongful death, survival; and personal injury claims, negligence, and fraudulent transfer claims relating to those assets. The claims against our client were either disposed of by summary judgment or plaintiffs' non-suit without prejudice, prior to all claims against all defendants ultimately being dismissed by plaintiffs with prejudice
- Represented an individual at both trial and appellate level in a breach of settlement agreement dispute. The trial court's grant of summary judgment in favor of client was affirmed by court of appeals. Richardson Communications & Consulting, Inc. v. McNeese, No. 05-17-00969-CV, 2018 WL 6521919 (Tex. App. - Dallas Dec. 12, 2018, pet. denied), reh'g denied (Jan. 31, 2019)