Clients across industries rely on the employment and commercial litigation and advisory experience of attorney Mark Daniels.

Mark represents employers in disputes involving a range of employment law issues, including breaches of restrictive covenants and confidentiality agreements, trade secret misappropriation, compensation disputes, and harassment and discrimination claims. He conducts internal and government-facing investigations of claimed employee misconduct.

In addition, Mark assists clients with complex commercial litigation matters as well as intellectual property disputes and consumer class actions. He vigorously represents clients in federal and state court and before arbitral tribunals. 

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Clients also seek Mark’s assistance in implementing proactive litigation-avoidance strategies. A trusted advisor, Mark counsels on workplace issues, including hiring practices and reductions in force, employee handbooks and personnel policies, compensation arrangements and employment and separation agreements, and developing compliance training programs for employees.

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Focus Areas


  • Counseled financial firms on a range of issues, including regulatory compliance as well as privilege and document retention issues.
  • Defended a multinational medical device company in trademark infringement litigation in federal district and appeals courts.
  • Conducted an internal investigation and represented a client in litigation involving discrimination and retaliation claims in federal district court.



  • Cornell University Law School (J.D., 2015)
  • University of Miami (B.S., 2011)

Bar Admissions

Court Admissions

Professional & Community Involvement

  • New York City Bar Association


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