Isaac M. Marcushamer is a highly accomplished attorney with more than 15 years of experience handling complex business matters. Born in Mexico City and raised in Canada, Isaac brings a global perspective to his practice and is regarded as an elite problem-solver in his field.
Isaac helps clients involved in business disputes of all kinds, as well as companies in distress, including Chapter 7 and 11 bankruptcies. He also serves as general counsel to companies and high net worth families requiring ongoing strategic legal advice in all facets of their business.
Prior to joining forces with Daniel Y. Gielchinsky to build DGIM Law, Isaac practiced as a leading litigation and bankruptcy attorney with notable South Florida law firms, affording him a unique understanding of how to successfully service a sophisticated client base. During this time, he was an instrumental partner of the business and restructuring team of one of the state’s most prominent law firms, where he also held the role as the first Chief Innovation Partner, leading the identification and execution of new technologies to amplify client services ─ a skillset he continues to foster today.
Isaac has been acknowledged as a leading attorney by Chambers & Partners USA, SuperLawyers, Legal Elite and is Martindale-Hubbell, AV® Preeminent™ rated.
Isaac currently serves as the Chair of Board of Governors’ for Scheck Hillel Community School, after a 7-year tenure as an active board member. His dedication to this leadership role is powered by his passion to ensure children in the South Florida community receive the quality education and proper foundations they deserve.
In his free time, he enjoys starting his day on a Peloton bike or treadmill (and can be found on the leaderboard as “Yitsi1980”), going on adventures with his wife and two daughters, and watching his beloved Edmonton Oilers.
Did you know that between 21% and 36% of lawyers experience symptoms of anxiety and depression? As part of this webinar, Isaac Marcushamer -- Partner at DGIM Law -- will moderate a panel with Stephen Garber -- founder of Third Level and communication...