Andrew R. Marcus

Senior Counsel
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Andrew Marcus is a Tallahassee regulatory attorney who focuses on insurance and administrative law.

Mr. Marcus has a deep understanding of Florida and federal laws regulating the insurance industry. He represents insurers, healthcare providers, third-party administrators (TPAs) and other related clients in front of state and federal government agencies.

Mr. Marcus is well-versed in insurance law. He also provides comprehensive legal and strategic advice relating to commercial insurance products and compliance. He has experience with product and rate filings, market conduct and financial examinations, financial filings, and licensing and merger applications. He frequently represents clients in front of the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation.

In addition, Mr. Marcus is experienced in administrative law, representing a variety of clients in front of government agencies, including Florida's Department of Financial Services, Office of Financial Regulation, Department of Health, Department of Business and Professional Regulation, Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, and Division of Administrative Hearings, as well as the federal Transportation Security Administration (TSA). Before entering private practice, Mr. Marcus was the deputy director, life and health product review – legal affairs, and assistant general counsel at the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation. As a deputy director, he worked closely with staff to review product filings and rate requests. As an assistant general counsel, he also worked on numerous litigation and regulatory issues dealing with all kinds of insurance.

Mr. Marcus also is highly experienced regarding the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA). He was the primary attorney assigned to issues arising out of the implementation of the ACA. He participated in a working group of Florida agencies that was responsible for the implementation of the ACA in the state.

Before his time at the Office of Insurance Regulation, Mr. Marcus was a Florida state prosecutor for more than two years.

In addition, Mr. Marcus has litigated numerous cases, including rule challenges, decisions affecting a person's substantial interests and trade secret cases. He also has conducted more than 40 jury trials.


  • The Florida Bar, Governmental and Public Policy Advocacy Committee
  • Veteran Events Tallahassee Inc., Legal Advisor
  • Federalist Society