Marc Whyte | Mediator





Working together to find a solution

Mediation is a cost-effective way to settle legal disputes. Most courts now require every case to be mediated prior to trial. As a result, it is critical to ensure your case is mediated by a trial-tested attorney who has won cases on both the plaintiff and defense sides of the aisle.

Marc is married to his beautiful wife Lorien (one of San Antonio’s leading appellate attorneys) and they have two spirited daughters.  Marc attended college at Wake Forest University in North Carolina where he received a degree in business, and he then came back home to Texas where he attended St. Mary’s School of Law in San Antonio. Following his time at St. Mary’s where he graduated with honors, Marc was hired by one of the biggest law firms in Texas where he began representing business entities in a wide variety of commercial litigation matters, including defending employers against issues related to discrimination and harassment, oil and gas litigation, banking litigation, or otherwise injured.  While Marc still is an active commercial litigator, he has now expanded his practice to represent people and businesses who have been wronged by insurance companies or taxing authorities, or who have been otherwise damaged.  It is this experience working for both plaintiffs and defendants that uniquely qualifies Marc as mediator.  Marc has practiced all over the State of Texas and the United States, in both state and federal courts. Marc is results-oriented; he prides himself on effectively helping business and individuals resolve their disputes in a mediated setting.


St. Mary’s School of Law
(J.D., Cum Laude, 2006)
• Order of Barristers
• St. Mary’s Law Journal
• Phi Delta Phi

Wake Forest University
(B.S. in Business, 2002)


State Bar of Texas

Northern, Southern, Western and
Eastern Federal Districts of Texas

State Bar of Colorado

Awards and Recognitions

Named by Super Lawyers as
“Top Rated Business Litigation Lawyer in
San Antonio”, 2018-2023

Named “Texas Rising Star,” Texas Monthly, 2010-2017

Elected to the Fellows of the Texas Bar Foundation in 2015