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Marcus J. Green
New York
800 Third Avenue
New York, New York 10022
+1 212 488 1200

Marcus Green advises clients on judgment enforcement, international asset investigations and offshore recovery and related debtor-creditor litigation. He helps clients realize value from court judgments and arbitration awards in distressed circumstances, including where debtors have undertaken complex asset protection structuring and, in investor-state disputes, where sovereign immunity is implicated.

Mr. Green develops and implements comprehensive global asset-tracing and recovery plans on behalf of corporate, individual and government clients. These campaigns often involve coordinated investigations and litigation throughout the United States, Latin America, the Caribbean, Europe and Asia.

Mr. Green regularly consults with litigants and their trial teams at all phases of disputes to evaluate the risk-adjusted recovery outlook or settlement value for disputed claims, awards and judgments. He also advises parties who may wish to buy or sell an interest in a claim, judgment or award or explore third-party risk-sharing or funding arrangements.

Before joining Kobre & Kim, Mr. Green practiced with Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP.


  • New York
  • District of Columbia
  • Florida
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
  • U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York
  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia
  • U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida
  • U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Florida
  • U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida


  • Fordham University School of Law, JD (Fordham Law Review, Senior Articles Editor)
  • Wesleyan University, BA


  • Who’s Who Legal, Asset Recovery

Select Engagements

  • Representation of ConocoPhillips in designing and implementing a worldwide enforcement strategy in relation to a US ~$2 billion International Chamber of Commerce arbitration award and a US ~$8.7 billion International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes arbitration award against the Republic of Venezuela and its national oil company, Petróleos de Venezuela, S.A.
  • Representation of arbitration award creditor to design recovery litigation campaign in relation to a US $100+ million award against an Eastern European state-owned enterprise.
  • Representation of DuPont in enforcing a US ~$920 million judgment against Kolon Industries, a South Korean conglomerate operating in Eastern Europe, Turkey, Austria, the U.S. and Asia.
  • Representation of an ex-spouse in pursuing recovery on a high value matrimonial-related judgment against assets secreted in Latin America, Europe and the Caribbean.
  • Representation of a Middle Eastern partnership in enforcing a U.S. court judgment against a military contractor, its successors and nominees, with operations in the U.S., Iraq and Egypt.
  • Representation of a European retailer in enforcing high-value court judgments and European arbitration awards against a former executive, and his advisers and alter egos, who secreted assets worldwide.
  • Representation of a university in enforcing a US multimillion-dollar judgment against an Asia-based technology firm.
  • Representation of international oil and gas concerns in the development of a worldwide enforcement strategy in relation to arbitration awards of US $2 billion+ against Middle Eastern sovereign interests.
  • Representation of a hedge fund’s liquidating trustee in enforcing a US ~$400 million judgment against an offshore fund and pursuing claims against the fund manager and allies, involving offshore and U.S. litigation.
  • Representation of an oil exploration and production company with regard to enforcement issues in a substantial creditor-debtor dispute with state-owned enterprises of a Sub-Saharan African sovereign.
  • Representation of NTT DoCoMo Inc., the Japanese mobile telecom provider, in enforcing a US ~$1.2 billion London Court of International Arbitration award against Tata Sons Ltd., the holding company for the Indian conglomerate Tata Group.
  • Representation of a judgment creditor class in developing and implementing a worldwide asset-tracing and recovery plan related to a US $150 million+ civil antitrust judgment against debtors located in Asia, including against a purported Chinese state-owned enterprise.
  • Representation of a U.S.-based retailer and distributor in enforcing a substantial U.S. court judgment against one of India’s largest exporters, involving seizures, litigation, and enforcement actions across jurisdictions worldwide, including against the exporter’s alter egos, allies, intermediaries and nominee entities.
  • Representation of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands in enforcing judgments of US $120 million+ against assets and defendants in multiple jurisdictions including Florida, New York, Ireland, the Cayman Islands, Hong Kong, and Singapore.

Publications & Presentations

  • Speaker, "Choices for Arbitral Award Creditors in Dealing with Recalcitrant Debtors" (The International Arbitration Club of New York, New York, February 2018)
  • Speaker, "Enforcement of Arbitral Awards" (Juris Conferences, New York, September 2017)
  • Co-author, "Execution and Judgment Enforcement in the United States" (ABA International Aspects of U.S. Litigation, February 2017)
  • Co-author, "Execution and Judgment Enforcement in the United States" (ABA International Aspects of Litigation, November 2016)
  • Co-author, "Recognition and Execution of Arbitration Awards in the United States" (Global Arbitration Review, 2016)
  • Co-author, "Enforcing Arbitral Awards: Success Lies In The Strategy" (Law360, April 2016)
  • Speaker, "Monetizing Arbitration Awards in International Energy Disputes" (Global Forum on Dispute Resolution for Oil & Gas Industry, Amsterdam, May 2015)
  • Speaker, "Lifting the Lid on Interim Measures: A Comparative Analysis" (C5 Transatlantic Litigation Conference, Amsterdam, June 2014)

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