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Anthony Marangon


Anthony joined Marler Clark as an associate attorney in August 2015, after graduating from Seattle University School of Law with honors. During law school, Anthony worked as an in-house legal intern at Weyerhaeuser Company, where he focused in environmental and natural resources law. He also served as a summer clerk at the firm of Fortier & Mikko, P.C. in Anchorage, Alaska, and served as a legal extern at the King County Superior Court to Judge (now Justice) Mary Yu, of the Washington State Supreme Court. Anthony spent the last year of law school working as a Rule 9 Legal Licensed Intern with Marler Clark, where he worked closely with Bill Marler and Denis Stearns on research projects that covered a variety of complex legal issues, such as the recovery of emotional distress damages in cases involving consumption of recalled food, and the differing legal standards applicable to the certification of class actions under federal and state laws.

Since joining the firm, he has worked on many of the firm’s significant cases representing victims of foodborne illness outbreaks, including several class action lawsuits on behalf of persons forced to obtained preventive medical treatment after being exposed to the risk of Hepatitis A infection. Going forward, Anthony will focus on pretrial practice in both federal and state court, drafting pleadings, working on discovery, and preparing cases for mediation and trial.

Prior to law school, Anthony earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Natural Resource Sciences from Washington State University, where he focused in Wildlife Ecology. One of his fondest memories from that time is living in a tent for ninety days during his senior year to conduct habitat and vegetative surveys and analysis for the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife. When he is not working, Anthony is an avid outdoorsman, and he enjoys spending time hunting and camping with his English Pointer, Rock.


Anthony is admitted to practice law in the State of Washington

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