Mark E. Terman is a partner in the firm's Labor & Employment Practice Group. He counsels employers in claim prevention, investigations, discipline, terminations and compliance matters. Mark successfully represents his clients in federal and state court injunction proceedings, summary judgments, arbitrations, and court and jury trials in employment and business litigation matters.
Since 2004, Mark has been selected each year as a “Super Lawyer” for Labor and Employment law in a survey of 65,000 Southern California attorneys, conducted by Los Angeles magazine and Law & Politics magazine.
Publications and Speaking Engagements. Mark is the author of numerous articles and has been quoted on employment law and litigation issues in the American Bar Association Journal, Employment Law Strategist, House Counsel, The Corporate Counsellor, Strategic Finance, Intellectual Property Strategist, Los Angeles Business Journal, Business Week Online, Los Angeles Daily Journal and California CPA. He is also a frequent speaker to companies, trade associations and to professional organizations on various topics including, protective policies and procedures to reduce frequency of claims, how to respond to sexual harassment claims, employee discipline and termination measures and other employment practices risk management issues, trade secrets and counter-measures to protect them, alternative dispute resolution, covenants not to compete, and non-solicitation agreements.
In General. Mark received his J.D. from Loyola Law School. While at Loyola, he wrote for the Loyola Law Review (Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review 1982-1983, “Survey of Labor Law”). He was also a judicial extern for Justice Clarke E. Stephens of California Court of Appeal (2nd Dist.) and wrote memoranda that underlie published opinions. In August 1986, he attended Hastings College of Trial Advocacy For Practicing Attorneys. He received a B.S. from the University of California, Los Angeles.