Marcus McCutcheon

Associate

Costa Mesa
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Overview

Marcus McCutcheon focuses his practice on complex civil litigation, with extensive experience working with a manufacturer in the automotive industry. He treats the client-attorney relationship as a partnership, using a practical approach and being dedicated to working together toward an agreeable and appropriate outcome.

Select Experience

  • When a large real estate developer sued a large public hospital district, Marcus aided in the representation of the real estate developer during trial preparation, including preparing the witnesses and assisting during the trial.
  • In a suit over real estate development involving a large multinational medical hardware manufacturer, Marcus aided in the representation of the manufacturer. He responded to discovery, prepared witnesses, created and organized exhibits, and reviewed discovery.
  • During a consumer claims case, Marcus aided in the defense of a large automobile manufacturer. He was responsible for all aspects of discovery, settlement conferences, mediation, and taking and defending deposition.
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Experience

  • When a large real estate developer sued a large public hospital district, Marcus aided in the representation of the real estate developer during trial preparation, including preparing the witnesses and assisting during the trial.
  • In a suit over real estate development involving a large multinational medical hardware manufacturer, Marcus aided in the representation of the manufacturer. He responded to discovery, prepared witnesses, created and organized exhibits, and reviewed discovery.
  • During a consumer claims case, Marcus aided in the defense of a large automobile manufacturer. He was responsible for all aspects of discovery, settlement conferences, mediation, and taking and defending deposition.

Recognitions and Memberships

Memberships

  • National Bar Association
  • American Bar Association
  • Celtic Bar Association: Trustee
  • Orange County Bar Association: Young Lawyers Division Community Outreach Committee Chair

Prior Positions

  • Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Society: Treasurer

Admissions

  • U.S. District Court, Central District of California
  • California, 2011

Education

  • J.D., Florida State University College of Law, 2011
  • B.A., Political Science and Cultural & Social Anthropology, Stanford University, 2007

Blog

In The Blogs

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Financial Services Blog
Unique challenges for commercial landlords posed by large-scale retailer bankruptcies
By Lars H. Fuller
July 2, 2018
(Excerpted from “Retail Bankruptcies – Protections for Landlords,” Practical Law Journal, May 2018, by Lars Fuller) Due to increasing competition from online sellers, recent years have seen a dramatic uptick in Chapter 11 bankruptcy...
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Ground Leases: Some Basics, Some Specifics and How to Make Them Financeable
By Eben P. Clark
June 29, 2018
Ground leases are fairly common but sometimes overlooked property interests. A succinct but adequate definition of a ground lease was articulated by Herbert Thorndike Tiffany (Tiffany on Real Property § 85.50 [3d ed.]) as follows: [A]n...
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Supreme Court Holds That a Statement About a Single Asset Can Be a Statement Respecting a Debtor's Financial Condition
By Eric R. Goodman
June 25, 2018
The Supreme Court held that a statement about a single asset can be a “statement respecting the debtor’s financial condition” for purposes of determining the application of the exception to discharge set forth in Section 523(a)(2) of the...
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Supreme Court Resolves Circuit Split Over Application of Section 546(e) to Transactions Involving Conduits
By Adam L. Fletcher, Eric R. Goodman
May 31, 2018
The Supreme Court’s recent decision in Merit Management Group, LP v. FTI Consulting, Inc., 138 S.Ct. 883 (2018), held that transfers made by or to entities that are not “financial institutions” or other covered entities fall outside the...
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Congress Passes Repeal of CFPB Guidance on Indirect Auto Lender Liability for Discriminatory Lending
By M. Mitchell Oates
May 16, 2018
The U.S. House of Representatives voted last Tuesday to reject a 2013 Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) bulletin that provided guidance regarding liability for discrimination in indirect auto lending. The same measure passed the...
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