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Mark Fereg's legal practice is focused on the representation of employers facing legal challenges related to the workplace.

Having represented clients in labor and employment law since he entered private practice, Mark is well-versed in all phases of litigation including trial preparation and courtroom motion practice. He has represented and counseled employers in all aspects of employment law, in issues ranging from discrimination and retaliation, to wage and hour and employee leave. 

Prior to joining FordHarrison, Mark was an associate in the Fort Lauderdale office of a large national firm, representing clients in matters related to employment law, community/homeowners association law, and complex commercial litigation. 

At the outset of his legal career, Mark served as a judicial law clerk for the Jefferson County Circuit Court in Birmingham, Alabama, where he gained a first-hand understanding of the inner workings of the judiciary. While in law school, Mark was Pupil of the Judge James Edwin Horton Inn of Court and a collegiate athlete during his undergraduate studies. 
 

Representative Experience
  • Obtained summary judgment (affirmed by a federal appeals court) in a discrimination and retaliation action in the Southern District of Florida
  • Successfully represented clients before the EEOC and state and local human rights commissions in various claims related to discrimination, harassment and retaliation. 
  • Successful in defending and obtaining injunctions in various actions related to use of confidential information by former employees and in actions related to allegations of misconduct by corporate officers and directors.