DANA LAKRITZ MARCUS
Dana LaKritz Marcus graduated from the University of Michigan in 1996 as a Phi Beta Kappa with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Management and Communications. While at U-M, she was a member of the Women’s Varsity Softball Team and repeatedly achieved Academic All-Big Ten Honors. Thereafter, she attended Wayne State University Law School, where she graduated with Honors and was awarded the prestigious Order of the Coif, upon her graduation in 1998. While a law student, Ms. LaKritz Marcus was both an Oralist and a Brief Writer on the Moot Court Team. Upon graduation from Law School, Ms. LaKritz Marcus practiced in the field of business litigation at Butzel Long for three years, representing a diverse population of small proprietors as well as members of large corporations.
In 2003, Ms. LaKritz Marcus joined the Firm of LaKritz Law, where she has concentrated her practice in the areas of premises law liability, dog bite litigation, liquor liability litigation as well as First and Third Party automobile No Fault litigation. Ms. LaKritz Marcus has extensive experience in Appellate practice and Federal civil litigation. She has been instrumental in allowing the Firm to achieve success in some of its largest settlements and Trial Verdicts. Ms. LaKritz Marcus is licensed to practice law in the State of Arizona and the State of Michigan. Ms. LaKritz Marcus is a member of the Michigan Association for Justice, the American Association for Justice, The Oakland County Bar Association and The Federal Bar Association. Also, she has been a member of Inns of Court (of the Oakland County Bar Association), a body of attorneys and Judges who regularly meet to discuss topical legal issues, and ways in which to improve legal services for clients.