Jake Marcus Associate

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Jake E. Marcus is an associate in the Miami office. Jake was born and raised in the Boston, Massachusetts area. Jake joined the Miami office of Boyd, Richards, Parker & Colonnelli in April 2019. Prior to joining the firm, Jake worked at an insurance defense firm focusing on first and third party insurance litigation.

During graduate school, Jake gained experience serving as a legal intern for the United States Securities and Exchange Commission. He also served as an intern for a legal services firm, a legal intern at an in-house counsel position, and a judicial intern at the Boston Housing Court. Prior to law school, Mr. Marcus worked at an investment firm. He also founded a non-profit organization, Team Intestinal Fortitude, where he serves as President and has run 15 full marathons to raise funds and awareness for Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis.

Jake is licensed to practice law in Florida and Massachusetts as well as the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida.




Jake is a graduate of Stonehill College, where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Finance. Jake then attended the University of Miami School of Law, graduating cum laude in 2017.

Jake also received his Master’s of Business Administration at the University of Miami in 2016.  During his tenure at the University of Miami School of Law, Jake was a member of the Society of Bar and Gavel and an Intern in the school’s Investor Rights Clinic. In addition, he served as Articles and Comments Editor and Executive Editor for the Inter-American Law Review.

Jake co-authored a Student Note, “Major League Baseball and the Cuban Influence: The Baseball Coalition Committee”, which was published in the Journal’s 47th volume.


Representative Cases

Defended major employee retail company from FLSA Collective Action claims for unpaid wages and overtime filed by former employees. Opposed certification of 200-plus plaintiff FLSA collective action and subsequently achieved a settlement that the client found favorable between all parties involving the first group of plaintiffs.

Obtained a favorable, early resolution on behalf of a condominium association and in order to enforce the terms and conditions of the association’s governing documents that unit owners were violating.