To chase, follow or take legal action against someone or something etc in order to catch them, attack them or to get a legal remedy etc.
Marc is a Kentucky native, having lived and worked in the state the majority of his life, and is a licensed attorney in Kentucky and Indiana. Marc’s focus is on trial work. Whether it be in the civil or criminal arena, he has represented a broad spectrum of clients and always puts his clients first. Since his internship for two Kentucky State Senators while at the University of Louisville, Marc has always had a passion for the law and has seen it as his way to help people and his community. In criminal or civil litigation, it is important to listen to the needs of your client and always put their best interests at the forefront of everything you do. Marc has learned from experience how to do just that and keep his clients informed every step of the way. Legal proceedings can be a very difficult and trying time, but choosing the right attorney to be in your corner can make all the difference. Drawing from a wealth of experience, Marc is able to make the right decisions and give you the best chance at success. A Saint Xavier High School product, Marc graduated with a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Louisville before receiving his J.D. from Ohio Northern University in 2014. After passing the Kentucky Bar Exam in 2014, Marc began work as a Public Defender for the State of Kentucky. As a Public Defender, he was able to see firsthand how the legal process works from a misdemeanor to a murder and everywhere in between. Marc passed the Indiana Bar Exam in 2015 and accepted a position with McNeely Stephenson shortly thereafter. As a licensed attorney in Kentucky and Indiana, he can only better serve whatever legal needs you might have and is always prepared for whatever might come your way. Marc is an avid Bengals fan, loves going to Reds games and has to watch all UK basketball and football games. In his free time, Marc enjoys life with his wife Lauren, his family and friends, and whatever sports are in season. View More ›