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Litigator Marilyn Cayce Joins McGlinchey in HoustonRead Time: 2 mins
McGlinchey Stafford is pleased to announce that Marilyn Cayce has joined the firm’s Enterprise Litigation and Investigations practice group in the Houston office as Of Counsel. With over three decades of experience in crisis management, Marilyn is a seasoned attorney known for her unwavering dedication to helping clients navigate and recover from disasters, emergencies, and incidents.
“I am very pleased to welcome Marilyn to our Houston office,” said Matt Manning, Managing Member of the firm’s Houston office. “Her commitment to excellence in the courtroom combined with her extensive experience makes Marilyn a welcome addition to our group of first-class litigators.”
Marilyn’s practice focuses on providing strategic counsel and legal representation to clients facing a wide array of challenges, from hurricanes and trucking accidents to fires, chemical spills, and more. She is a formidable advocate in multi-district litigation and class actions, as well as in first-party defense and insurance claims. Marilyn is highly skilled in guiding clients through the complexities of regulatory investigations, aiding them in the process of rebuilding their businesses, operations, and reputations.
“Marilyn’s understanding and passion for the law make her a great fit at McGlinchey,” said Dan Plunkett, Chair of the Firm’s Enterprise Litigation and Investigations Group. “In the world of litigation, she recognizes that the devil is in the details, and she meticulously considers all angles to formulate her courtroom strategies.”
For over 30 years, Marilyn has taken on complex commercial and civil litigation cases, spanning transportation, pharmaceuticals, medical malpractice, tobacco, product liability, personal injury, and various other areas. Her experience extends to deep-water offshore contribution and indemnity claims as well. A deep understanding of her clients’ concerns and challenges allows her to provide tailored, detail-oriented solutions.
Licensed to practice in Louisiana and Texas, Marilyn earned her J.D. from Tulane University Law School. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in International Relations and French from Tulane University.