JASON MARCUS has worked almost exclusively with whistleblowers and the False Claims Act since 2008. He takes great pride in the fact that in every case, he has the honor of working for the “good guys” – whistleblowers who believe that nothing is more important than integrity – and helping the United States dispense justice against cheats and frauds.

For as long as he can remember, Jason knew he would be a lawyer (other than a period in the fourth grade when he briefly contemplated dermatology). He graduated from the University of Georgia School of Lawcum laude, as the youngest member of the Class of 2006. While at UGA, in addition to indulging in his love of college football, Jason served as Notes Editor for the school’s Journal of Intellectual Property Law and as President of the Sports & Entertainment Law Society. Prior to law school, Jason earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree from Tulane University in just two years, majoring in Political Economics and minoring in English.


After law school, Jason served as law clerk for the honorable Magistrate Judge G.R. Smith of the Southern District of Georgia. He served his term at the federal courthouse in Savannah, Georgia, where he gained an invaluable education that can come only from working for a respected federal judge. Jason then returned to metro Atlanta to work for a small practice, gaining experience in the courtroom litigating civil cases, as well as practicing criminal and family law.

In 2008, Jason was recruited to join a False Claims Act litigation boutique, where he worked closely with the firm’s namesake and his future partner – Julie Bracker. After eight years of working together as a dynamic and nationally-recognized team in the qui tam arena, Jason and Julie partnered to open Bracker & Marcus LLC in January 2015.

Jason was named one of Georgia’s Top Rated Lawyers by Legal Leaders, is annually selected as a Rising Star by Super Lawyers Magazine, and maintains the highest ratings of AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell and 10.0 by Avvo. He is a Board Member for the Qui Tam Section of the Federal Bar Association, and the founder of the Young Lawyers Division for the Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund / The Anti-Fraud Coalition.

Jason grew up in the Atlanta area and so is passionate about improving his local community. Jason’s charitable endeavors have included performing pro bono work for the Georgia Appleseed Center for Law & Justice and Southern Center for Human Rights, being a member of Keep Roswell Beautiful, and raising thousands of dollars for childhood cancer research by shaving his head with the St. Baldrick’s Foundation.


Super Lawyer, Super Lawyers Magazine (2023-present); Rising Stars, Super Lawyers Magazine (2016-2022); 2021 Fulton Daily Report, On the Rise2019 Attorney to Watch in Marietta & Cobb County by Atlanta Attorneys at Law Magazine; AV Preeminent rating, Martindale-Hubbell (2015-present); Georgia Top Lawyers; Marquis Who’s Who


American Bar Association Civil False Claims Act Conference – Pandemic Fraud: Will Pandemic-Related FCA Litigation Outlast the Pandemic? (2024); Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund Annual Conference – Data Driven Cases (2022); Federal Bar Association Qui Tam Conference – The Modern Relator (2022); Federal Bar Association FCA 101 – The Role of Relators (2021); Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund Annual Conference – Challenges Involving Bankruptcy in False Claims Act Cases (2020); National Employment Lawyers Association (Alabama chapter) – Representing Whistleblowers Under The False Claims Act (2019); False Claims Act Summit – Roundtable Discussion: Mediating FCA Cases (2018); Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund Annual Conference – Maximizing Client Recoveries on Personal Claims (2018); Top Docs Radio – Healthcare Fraud (2016); National Employment Lawyers Association (Georgia chapter) – COMMENCEMENT OF ACTION: Engaging the Court and Joining the Issues (2016); GREFPAC 12th Annual Education Conference – Lifecycle of a Whistleblower Claim (2016); Georgia Real Estate Fraud Prevention and Awareness Coalition – Mortgage Fraud and the False Claims Act (2015); Cobb County Bar Association – Qui Tam Litigation in Georgia (2015).

Jason S. Marcus