Marsha Cotton has a multi-faceted commercial litigation practice. She has assisted in the representation of a variety of clients across multiple industries in matters involving breach of contract, business tort, employment, cyber security, construction defect, and tax disputes. She also has experience with advising gaming companies on compliance with Arizona’s newly promulgated sports betting laws and regulations.
Marsha represents clients in a range of industries, including non-profit organizations, online travel companies, large financial institutions, hospitals, product manufacturers, and gaming companies among others. She regularly analyzes and briefs complex legal issues and utilizes her research and analysis skills to draft complaints, answers, pretrial motions, appellate briefs, settlement agreements and legal opinions.
Marsha has experience in all aspects of dispute resolution. She regularly assists in the representation of clients through litigation, arbitration, and mediation. She benefits from her experience working for the judicial branch of government at the state and federal level, serving as a judicial law clerk at the Arizona State Court of Appeals, Division I and the U.S. District Court, District of Arizona. During her time as a clerk, Marsha was involved in all aspects of the litigation process, including the various stages of exhausting administrative procedures, trials, and appeals.
Arizona State University, Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law (J.D., 2018)
Class of 2018 Dean's Award
William H. Pedrick Scholar
Associate Editor, Sports and Entertainment Law Journal
The University of Oklahoma, (M.Ed., 2015)
Southern Nazarene University (B.S., magna cum laude, 2013)
2013 NCCAA Women’s Basketball National Championship Team