Marnie A. Holz

Associate | Chicago Office

Aviation

Marnie Holz practices in all areas of transportation law, with a concentration in aviation litigation. She also focuses her practice on insurance-related matters and general commercial litigation.

Ms. Holz has wide-ranging experience representing foreign and domestic air carriers, airport operators, repair facilities and other entities in personal injury and wrongful death cases arising out of commercial and general aviation incidents in both state and federal courts. She also has extensive experience representing component part manufacturers in products liability cases. In her practice, Ms. Holz has argued dispositive motions and obtained summary judgment on behalf of her clients. She has also worked to resolve cases through mediation and arbitration.

Ms. Holz graduated from the University of Chicago Law School in 2012 and she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2007. During law school, Ms. Holz was an active participant in the Criminal and Juvenile Justice Clinic working with lawyers and social work professionals to provide legal representation to poor children and young adults accused of delinquency and crime while at the same time addressing their social, psychological and educational needs. She also developed an interest in public and private international law that she has had the benefit of applying in cases involving international concerns.