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 British Columbia in January 2012.
A lifelong gamer, Marius’ practice focuses on video game law as well as the emerging field of esports. He has been on the forefront of assisting the emerging esports industry in British Columbia and works closely with numerous local esports companies, esports athletes and content creators. He is a member of the Esports Bar Association and also writes for The Patch Notes, an esports and video game blog. In addition to his esports practice, Marius also works with numerous local video game studios and other companies in the gaming field helping them from anything from company formation to major corporate transactions and anything in between.
In addition to his esports and video game law practice, Marius also has extensive experience in general corporate and commercial law, focusing primarily on emerging technology companies, as well as business immigration and commercial real estate law, and is able to provide his clients with assistance on a wide range of matters. He takes a down-to-earth and practical approach to the practice of law, and enjoys working with clients who share his interests.