Marius grew up in Vancouver and obtained his J.D. from the University of British Columbia, graduating with the Business Law Concentration and winning the Stuart Clyne Prize in Labour Law. He was called to the bar in B.C. in 2012.
His practice focuses on general corporate and commercial work and technology law, with an emphasis on advising start-ups and emerging technology companies. Marius also has experience in commercial litigation and business immigration matters, and is able to provide his clients with advice on a wide range of issues, including commercial transactions, regulatory matters, and commercial disputes.
Marius has been a gamer since first booting up old classics such as SimCity and Castle Wolfenstein on his parents’ computer as a young kid. He has a particular interest in video game law and works with a number of local game studios. His video game and e-sports blog, The Patch Notes, can be accessed here.
Marius has also been a lifelong sports fan, and he especially enjoys the nerdier aspects of sports analysis. He has fond memories of reading Moneyball in one sitting when it first came out, and can occasionally be found bothering others in the office about his latest fantasy hockey league triumphs and tragedies. He takes a down-to-earth and practical approach to the practice of law, and enjoys working with clients who share his interests.