Mark L. Mahan is a Senior Associate at the Law Offices of Michael S. Lamonsoff, PLLC. Mr. Mahan is a relentless litigator who provides the same intense, zealous advocacy to all his clients. He has a diverse background in law practice, currently focusing his practice on construction litigation, litigating catastrophic construction site accident cases under the New York Labor Law. He has spent the vast majority of the last decade litigating cases throughout the five boroughs of New York City, surrounding metropolitan area and beyond. Mr. Mahan is a member of the Trial Practice and Labor Law Units.
Following law school, Mr. Mahan served as the law clerk for the Honorable Darlene J. Pereksta in the New Jersey Mercer County Superior Court Law Division Civil Part. At the completion of his clerkship, he began his career working as a civil litigator. He has extensive experience both defending and prosecuting civil claims and therefore possesses a fully-developed, complete understanding of a case.
Mr. Mahan’s background includes broad experience in construction, having served as a foreman for a general contractor while pursuing his undergraduate degree at night. This experience provides a natural foundation for his construction law practice based on firsthand knowledge. Mr. Mahan also served as a U.S. Marine following high school, helping to forge the mettle responsible for his success in the legal world.
- State of New Jersey
- State of New York
- United State District Court - Southern District of New York
- United State District Court - Eastern District of New York
- United State District Court - District of New Jersey
- United States Court of Appeals - Third Circuit Court of Appeals
- Supreme Court of the United States.
Education & Accomplishments
Mr. Mahan received his Juris Doctor from Rutgers School of Law, where he was a recipient of the Case Scholarship and The Herbert M. and Maxine Ellend Scholarship. At Rutgers, Mr. Mahan was an editor of the school’s flagship publication, the Rutgers Law Review, as well as a Teaching Associate for the Rutgers Legal Research and Writing Program. Also during law school, Mr. Mahan held a legal externship with the Honorable F. Michael Giles (Ret.) in the New Jersey Essex County Superior Court Law Division Civil Part. Included in Mr. Mahan’s legal studies was a semester studying international law at Leiden University in the Netherlands. He received his bachelor’s degree, magna cum laude, in philosophy-- completing it in four years while working full time.