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Marbury Rainer

Marbury Rainer

After graduating from the University of Alabama in 1970, Marbury served two years as a lieutenant in the United States Army, serving as a finance officer in the United States Southern Command, Panama Canal Zone. In 1972, he entered Harvard Law School, graduating in 1975. He then joined the Atlanta law firm King & Spalding as an associate attorney, where he practiced until early 1981, when he left to become a founding partner of Parker, Hudson, Rainer & Dobbs. He retired from the firm on December 31, 2019 and continues his law practice as The Rainer Firm.

Through his 45-year career Marbury Rainer has been a counsellor and litigator for countless businesses and individuals. He has extensive experience representing public and private companies and their officers and boards. Throughout his career Marbury has guided his corporate clients through all manner of litigation, investigations, and governance matters.

Representing public and private companies and those who manage and oversee them, Marbury has worked on a wide range of corporate governance matters and securities litigation, including disputes over M&A transactions and agreements, accounting restatements, breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, trade secrets, insurance coverage, real estate transactions, and breach of contract. He also regularly represented healthcare clients in antitrust matters and medical staff disputes. Marbury's extensive litigation experience includes class actions, derivative suits, and federal government investigations. Marbury also served as his prior firm's General Counsel and is often called upon as an expert witness on corporate governance issues and standards of care involving claims against attorneys and law firms.