MARK D. MAILMAN, Managing Shareholder and one of the firm’s founders, is a tenacious and passionate consumer litigator who has for more than 20 years help secure over $300 million dollars in verdicts and settlements on behalf of more than 7500 victimized consumers across the nation. Mark concentrates his practice primarily in federal courts in the areas of Fair Debt Collection, Fair Credit Reporting, False Employment/Background Checks, Identity Theft, Unwanted Auto Calls and Texts, and Consumer Class Actions.
In October 2018, Mark was awarded the 2018 Consumer Attorney of the Year award from the National Association of Consumer Advocates (NACA). NACA is a nationwide organization of more than 1,500 consumer attorneys and advocates who represent the victims of abusive and fraudulent business practices. He has been consistently voted and named one of Pennsylvania’s Super Lawyers by Law and Politics published by Philadelphia Magazine and Pennsylvania Super Lawyer Magazine from 2004 to the present. Mark has repeatedly lectured before judges, lawyers and various professional organizations on the topics of Fair Debt Collection and Fair Credit Reporting litigation. He has also appeared on various news programs to discuss trending consumer issues.
Mark is a graduate of Muhlenberg College (B.A. magna cum laude, 1991) where he was also inducted into Phi Beta Kappa. He received his law degree from the Temple University School of Law (J.D., 1995). While at Temple Law School, he achieved the highest grade in his Trial Advocacy clinic.
Mark is admitted to practice before the United States for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and District of New Jersey as well as the state courts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He has also successfully litigated cases across the country on a pro hac basis. Mark has been certified to serve as class counsel by state and federal courts in both contested and settlement class actions.
When not practicing law, Mark enjoys weightlifting, running, skiing, hiking, traveling, movies and eating new foods.