Board Certified in Labor and Employment law, Mark has practiced labor and employment law on behalf of management in South Florida for the past nine years. His practice also includes ADA Title III and commercial litigation.
He holds two law degrees (J.D. and LL.M.), and an MBA degree. Before law school, Mark practiced for several years as a CPA with a multinational accounting firm specializing in auditing financial institutions and mergers and acquisitions.
Mark has practiced labor and employment law on behalf of management.
Mark has successfully certified class actions and has been appointed class counsel. He has also defended against class actions on behalf of management.
He has litigated in 17 federal district courts and the courts of 7 states. He has prosecuted or defended appeals before three federal circuit courts.
He has obtained numerous attorney’s fee awards in excess of $100,000.
Mark has litigation experience involving expert witness testimony with an emphasis on financial accounting experts. However, he has also worked with or opposed experts in economics, statistics, psychiatry, human resources, pool design and safety, roofing, commercial aviation and NCAA eligibility rules. Specifically, he assists expert witnesses in preparing reports, examine and cross-examining expert witnesses in court and at trial, and seek or oppose exclusion under Daubert.
He is admitted to practice in Florida, the Southern and Middle Districts of Florida, the Eleventh Circuit, the US Supreme Court, and several other federal and state courts.
Class Actions | Employment Discrimination | Whistleblower | Retaliation | Noncompete Contracts | Wage and Hour | FMLA | Civil Rights | Commercial Litigation | Appeals | Union Avoidance | Unfair Labor Practices | Union Violence |ADA Title III | Arbitration Agreements
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