Mark Bloom has more than a decade of experience litigating high-stakes cases in the trial courts, federal courts, and courts of appeal. Mark worked at several prominent plaintiff law firms where he proved himself as an aggressive trial attorney by securing multiple multi-million dollar settlements and verdicts. Early in his career, Mark represented some of the largest corporations in the world. He has now brought the knowledge and experience he has gained to the representation of individuals and small businesses seeking full and fair justice in the courts.
Mark primarily focuses on bringing his litigation experience and skill to bear on complex and highly contested liability issues. Mark is licensed to practice in both state and federal court in California. Mark is also adjunct professor in Sports Law at Loyola Marymount University. He is a Certified Contract Advisor with the National Football League Players Association and has championed injury settlements totaling upwards of eight figures for over 40 professional football players. Mark earned his law degree in two years from California Western School of Law, serving as a member of the Law Review/International Law Journal. An alumnus of University of Texas at Austin, Mark graduated with honors in two and a half years with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government.
A native of New Orleans, Mark now resides in El Segundo, CA with his wife and son. Mark is a former national, as well as world racquetball champion and a black belt in Tae Kwon Do. He enjoys playing sports- tops on the list are tennis, squash and pickleball. Mark is fluent in Spanish and proficient in Hebrew.
Mark is also on the board of directors for Next Step Fitness and Los Angeles Trial Lawyers’ Charities.