Mark Bross joined the firm as Of Counsel in 2016. He has significant experience helping clients resolve a broad range of commercial and business disputes including claims for breach of contract, unfair and deceptive trade practices, employment issues, intellectual property claims and shareholder and partner disputes. Mark has represented clients in both state and federal courts throughout the country and has also appeared in matters arbitrated by JAMS, FINRA, and ARIAS.
Representative Matters Include:
- Assisted technology solutions company in enforcement of restrictive covenant against former employee that resulted in landmark First Circuit case affirming injunction for breach of non-solicitation and non-disclosure covenants. Aggressive and timely factual development and legal analysis led to the district court’s enforcement of the injunction and a well reasoned and supported First Circuit brief resulted in continued enforcement of the injunction.
- Represented local biotechnology company in a dispute with foreign competitor over misappropriation of trade secret and unfair and deceptive trade practices. After protracted litigation, a favorable settlement was reached.
- Represented Indian investment advisement company in contentious dispute between its founders regarding allegations of breach of fiduciary duty, misappropriation of trade secrets and diversion of corporate opportunities. Aggressive litigation strategy involved lawsuits in multiple state, federal, and international forums.
- Represented foreign distributor and sign manufacturer in lawsuit against Massachusetts laser manufacturer for breach of contract, breach of warranty and unfair and deceptive trade practices. Aggressive and careful discovery resulted in favorable settlement for client.
- Represented individual investment banker in termination for alleged wrongful conduct. Careful factual development, legal analysis, and negotiation resulted in payment of full bonus and severance package to employee.
- Massachusetts Super Lawyer Rising Star, Business Litigation, 2013-2016
- Retailers Should Use Caution in Collecting Zip Codes From Customers, Client Alert, March 2013
- Privacy Lessons from the FTC’s Decision Re Franklin Budget Car, Auto Dealer Monthly, February 2013
- Keeping Rogue Traders at Bay, co-author, Securities Law360, October 2011
- A Threat to Cedent/Reinsurer Communications, co-author, Law360, May 2010