Ragen Marsh has been with Troutman Sanders Strategies since 2003. He regularly represents clients before the Georgia General Assembly, Governor’s Office, and other executive agencies, as well as local governments throughout the state. Marsh works with clients on a wide range of policy issues, including economic development, banking, automobile manufacturing and related issues, insurance, transportation, state budgetary matters, energy, media and recording industry related issues, tax policy, and transportation. He also represents and helps manage several associations.
As part of Troutman Sanders Strategies’ procurement practice, Marsh also serves as an adviser on matters related to state and local government contracting. In this capacity, he helps clients identify contracting opportunities with governmental entities and navigate Georgia’s procurement rules and ethics requirements.
Prior to joining Troutman Sanders Strategies, Marsh served as Assistant General Counsel to the Majority Caucus of the Georgia House of Representatives. In that capacity, he researched and drafted legislation while also providing legal advice on various legislative and ethics issues. Representing members of House Leadership, Marsh gained practical knowledge of the state legislative process by testifying on behalf of and managing key legislation in both bodies of the General Assembly.
Author, “Lack of Infrastructure a Roadblock to Building,” Georgia Builder, November/December 2006.
- Energy & Environment
- Insurance & Healthcare
- Finance, Taxation & Trade
- Appropriations & Project Funding
- Transportation & Public Infrastructure
- State Government Affairs
- Public-Private Partnerships
- University of Alabama, J.D., 2003
- University of Georgia, B.A., 2000
- State Bar of Georgia
- Supreme Court of Georgia
- Court of Appeals for the State of Georgia
- State Bar of Georgia YLD Leadership Academy, Class of 2007
- Leadership Georgia Class of 2016