Ramon Marks has retired from the practice of law. He previously represented and counseled a diverse group of American, European, and Japanese clients on matters including complex international litigation, major regulatory investigations, and national security matters. He was involved in counseling and representing clients on sovereign immunity issues, sovereign debt controversies, Alien Tort Claims Act lawsuits, and litigations involving recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments. He also represented clients in federal and state investigations and related lawsuits in the mutual fund and insurance industries. Mr. Marks also counseled foreign clients and government organizations on trade and national security law issues and has testified before US Congress on trade sanctions.
- JD, University of Virginia School of Law
- MA, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies
- AB, International Relations, Dartmouth College, with high distinction, magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa
- New York
- Supreme Court of the United States
- Numerous Federal Courts
- US Marines Corps
Board of Directors, Chairman of Governance Committee, Business Executives for National Security. Has participated in numerous delegations, visiting foreign government leaders around the world including visits to US military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.