Mark E. Terman is a results-driven litigator whose work extends from restrictive covenants, trade secret, fraud and other business torts and employee misconduct; to wrongful termination, discrimination and sexual harassment, wage & hour, and unfair labor practices matters; and to corporate/shareholder disputes – from case inception to injunction, summary judgment and trial proceedings. His counseling work includes claim prevention, crisis management/mitigation, investigation, M&A, contract/equity/executive compensation, competitive business practices/restrictive covenants, trade secret protection and counter-measures, and outside general counsel services. Mark is national Vice Chair of the firm’s Labor and Employment Group and Co-Chair of the Group’s Crisis Management Team.
Mark is the author of numerous articles and has been quoted on employment law and litigation issues including, television news, Inside Counsel, Law360, Society of Human Resource Professionals’ SHRM Online, HREonline, Laborsphere, Los Angeles Daily Journal, California CPA Magazine, and the Washington Post. He is also a frequent speaker to companies, trade associations and to professional organizations, such as the Association of Corporate Counsel (So. Cal.), HR Star Conference, and California CPA Education Foundation.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Mark E. Terman