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Los Angeles Business Journal Names Carlton Fields’ Mark Neubauer a Top 100 Lawyer

Labor & Employment   |   May 13, 2022
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Carlton Fields is pleased to announce that Mark Neubauer, Los Angeles Office Managing Shareholder, was named a Top 100 Lawyer by the Los Angeles Business Journal. The business journal honors the Top 100 lawyers in the Los Angeles region for their ongoing efforts as outstanding legal professionals. Neubauer was recognized for his 45 years of practice, achieving key litigation victories for some of the world’s most well-known companies and for leading and growing the firm’s Los Angeles office. Neubauer has led the firm’s West Coast practice since its expansion in California in 2014. Under his leadership, Carlton Fields’ Los Angeles office has grown nearly 40% in the past few months with eight additional attorneys joining since December 2021, including three leading female first-chair trial attorneys.

During his career, Neubauer has received numerous accolades including “Top 10 Defense Verdicts” of the year in California (Los Angeles Daily Journal) and “Top Labor & Employment Lawyers” in California (Los Angeles Daily Journal). This year, for the 16th consecutive year, Neubauer ranked among a select group of elite bet-the-company commercial lawyers in The Best Lawyers in America. He was also named to the 2022 BTI Client Service All-Stars list, honoring a select group of attorneys “who stand above all the others in delivering the absolute best in client service.”

 

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