Exposed! Mark Marsch’s Conflicts of Interest As an “Independent Consultant” For WICR

Mark Marsch holds himself up as an “independent consultant”. Perhaps he is for many of his own clients, but for his number one client, WICR Waterproofing and Construction he, in our opinion, is not. It’s our opinion that Mark Marsch is squarely in the pocket of David Mazor/David Krubinski.

From various consultant groups I looked at on the web, they all have this common theme…”Avoid conflicts of interest or the appearance thereof and immediately disclose to the clients any circumstances that may influence the consultant’s judgment or objectivity.”

So to show that Marsch has conflicts of interest and/or the appearance thereof…

Below, the final blow to Marsch’s credibility…

From WICR v Arceneaux, Marsch is found to have an implied bias in favor of Plaintiff WICR.

We’ve linked Marck Marsch to WICR, where Mark was “President and CEO” in 2004/05 and David Mazor/David Krubisnki was registering WICR Ficticious Business Names in Riverside County.

Here is David Mazor David Krubinski registering WICR as an FBN in Riverside County in 1997. He certainly knew Mark Marsch around these dates wouldn’t one think?

Mark Marsch and David Krubisnki were also partners in a venture called The Waterproofing Superstore in Flower Mound Texas just outside of Dallas.

Mark Marsch and David Mazor/David Krubisnki are also involved in an outfit called ICR Services, now under Davids name at the CSLB. However, Marsch lists his affiliation with ICR Services as current on his LinkedIn profile.

Mark Marsch’s LinkedIn profile. Note that it says part owner of a waterproofing company from 1999-2004, but interestingly enough doesn’t say who. This tells me Marsch knows he has an ethics issue and isn’t acting independently. Marsch’s LinkedIn profile now appears to have been deleted as of 8/19/2020.
David Krubinski, now known as David Mazor, owner of ICR Services , now under just David’s name on the CSLB website.

A recent affadavit sworn by an ex-WICR employee alleges that WICR uses Marsch to dupe clients into believing he is “independent and arbitrary,” but Marsh’s mission, in our opinion, is to cover up the dirt for David’s misdeeds. It takes years to build a reputation but just a second to destroy it. Why would Mark do this? To risk your reputation for what? A little money? You can’t buy a reputation

In Arceneux v WICR, Marsch’s testimony for WICR was deemed to be not as credible as mine was where I testified on behalf of the Arceneaux’s.

In another case, CSLB v DeckTech, Marsch’s testimony was deemed not as credible compared to the CSLB expert’s testimony.

Record evidence being written specifications, acceptable tolerances etc. Basically our opinion is Marsch lied on the stand under oath.

In our opinion, Mark Marsch is not credible, honorable or acting in the manner befitting an Independent consultant. Therefore, we would encourage any clients of WICR’s to not accept any report from Mark Marsch as believable, that it is tainted by an appearance of collusion in any matters regarding WICR.

TRUTH IS A COMPLETE DEFENSE AGAINST LIABILITY FOR DEFAMATION, REGARDLESS OF BAD FAITH OR MALICIOUS PURPOSE Krubinski vs Schmutzer

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