Bob Marcovitch has been an appellate litigator since the early 1990s when he was an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Appellate Section of the United States Attorney’s Office in Atlanta. He has extensive experience in state and federal courts across the country in a wide variety of subject matters - including civil and criminal RICO litigation, product liability, premises liability, intentional torts, class actions, will and trust disputes, real estate matters, business disputes, and government enforcement proceedings - and he leads the Appellate Practice Group of Weinberg Wheeler Hudgins Gunn & Dial. Bob is known for the depth and clarity of his analysis of complex legal and factual issues, and he is considered to be a “go-to” attorney to handle high-stakes appeals and to consult on large exposure cases in trial courts.
Bob achieves outstanding results for clients, including an affirmance of summary judgment in the Delaware Supreme Court relating to an anti-suit injunction entered by the Delaware Court of Chancery; a reversal of an adverse summary judgment ruling in the Georgia Court of Appeals in a real estate dispute; and a reversal of a denial of a motion to dismiss on venue grounds, also in the Georgia Court of Appeals. In 2016, Bob was appointed as a Special Assistant Administrative Law Judge for the State of Georgia Office of State Administrative Hearings, in which capacity he presides over a variety of administrative disputes