Mark Meredith focuses his practice on complex employment litigation, corporate governance issues, trade secret disputes and class actions. Mark represents clients ranging from major financial institutions, Fortune 100 pharmaceuticals and retail stores, and premier fashion houses. He has particular experience litigating in state and federal courts throughout the United States on a variety of matters, most notably involving trade secrets issues, breach of fiduciary duty, non-compete agreements and class action matters including wage and hour, discrimination and WARN Act class actions. Beyond the court, Mark has substantial experience advising executives and corporations with respect to employment contracts, separation agreements, and nondisclosure agreements, all with an eye toward avoiding future litigation.
Mark has served as general counsel for a litigation consultant company where he handled a variety of legal matters, including employment related litigation. In addition, he has been adjunct professor teaching New York Civil Procedure and Practice at Roger Williams University School of Law in Bristol, RI.
After graduating from Columbia University School of Law, where he was a senior editor and treasurer for the Columbia Law Review, he clerked for US District Court Judge Frederic Block of the Eastern District of New York. Prior to law school, Mark was a professional actor and appeared in theaters in New York, Los Angeles and throughout the country.
Education Columbia University Law School, JD, Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, 1996 Imperial College of Science and Technology, London, MSc, with distinction, 1989 Harvard University, AB, magna cum laude, 1986
Courts/Agencies US Court of Appeals for the First Circuit US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit US District Court for the District of Massachusetts US District Court for the District of Rhode Island US District Court for the Eastern District of New York US District Court for the Southern District of New York
Do not send any information or documents that you want to have treated as secret or confidential. Providing information to McDermott via email links on this website or other introductory email communications will not create an attorney-client relationship; will not preclude McDermott from representing any other person or firm in any matter; and will not obligate McDermott to keep confidential the information you provide. McDermott cannot enter into an attorney-client relationship with you until McDermott has determined that doing so will not create a conflict of interest and until you and McDermott have entered into a written agreement or engagement letter that sets forth the terms of our relationship.