“Our practice encompasses several areas of law; however, at their core, most of our cases seek to redress different manifestations of the same wrong: greed.”
Over the last decade, Mark has represented both Plaintiffs and Defendants in all phases of complex litigation—from the investigation and filing of the complaint through discovery, motion practice, class certification, summary judgment, and trial or settlement.
In addition to having a strong background in commercial and consumer litigation, his practice has evolved to include a focus on mass torts, where he is constantly sought after by firms across the nation to aid in – and often coordinate – massive MDL briefing projects and developing winning legal theories.
Mark has played central roles in the jury trials of several mass tort multidistrict litigation (MDL) cases. Through his participation in these bellwether trials, Mark has paved the way for advancing future litigation. Serving as co-lead class counsel in Carter v. Allstate Insurance Company, Mark helped secure a class-wide recovery for consumers across 37 states in a breach of insurance contract case. Mark was also appointed co-lead counsel in Lynch v. Motorola, a breach of warranty class action resulting in monetary and injunctive relief for Motorola warranty holders nationwide.