Mark R. Osherow

Mark R. Osherow

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Mark is a Partner with Buckingham Doolittle& Burroughs, LLP. BDB is a full-service law firm with offices in Akron, Canton and Cleveland, Ohio, and Boca Raton, Florida. Founded in Akron in 1913, the firm represents clients from sole proprietors to multinational corporations. It represents tax-exempt organizations, governmental bodies, charities, and foundations. Buckingham has particular expertise in business issues, litigation, public finance and securities.

 

I am dedicated  to the highest quality, cost-effective representation. Our philosophy is to work with each client as a partner in a mutual enterprise. Legal matters often involve a variety of stressful factors even to the most sophisticated client. We provide extensive client support so that the complexity of the legal process is shared with our clients and decisions effectively made.

 

Mark Osherow is a Florida Bar Board Certified Specialist in Business Litigation. He also enjoys the honor of being a member of and now Chair of the Business Litigation Certification Committee of The Florida Bar. He has been recognized by Super Lawyers magazine for 2007 through 2013 as one of the top 5% of attorneys in Florida. He was also recognized as a top "up and comer" by the South Florida Legal Guide for 2005 in the areas of Business Litigation and Products Liability. He was honored with the "Excellence in Writing Award" from the Florida Bar in 2004  for his article on the civil theft statute appearing in the Florida Bar Journal in March 2003. Mr. Osherow has repeatedly been listed in Super Lawyers, Corporate Counsel Edition, featuring Business Litigation attorneys from across the country. Mr. Osherow's prior boutique firm until 2009firm was  featured in ALM's In House Law Departments At The Leading Financial Services Companies 2007, as a "Go-To Law Firm" in the area of Employment Litigation.

Mr. Osherow received his undergraduate degree in 1985 from the University of Pennsylvania, and is a 1988 graduate of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York City. He is a member of the Florida, New York, New Jersey and Connecticut Bars, as well as all of the Florida federal courts, among others. He concentrate in both the state and federal courts in business litigation matters, employment litigation, products liability, medical negligence and other professional liability claims, insurance coverage and personal injury claims. In addition, Mr. Osherow served as a Director and is now an Officer of the South Palm Beach County Bar Association and is the Board liaison to the Technology Committee. He served two terms as a member of the Editorial Board of the Florida Bar Journal/News, and as  as an attorney-member and then Chair  of a Fifteenth Judicial Circuit Grievance Committee. Previously, he served two terms as a member of the Florida Bar's Standing Committee on the Unlicensed Practice of Law (UPL). Mr. Osherow is also an active member of the Palm Beach County Bar Association. He also served as the Chair of the Annual Fund of the St. Andrews School for 2005 and 2006, and has been actively involved in numerous civic and charitable organizations. Mr. Osherow was recognized in November 2004 for service in the Report to Congress by The Trial Lawyers Care Pro Bono Project to Provide Legal Representation for Victims Before The September 11th Victim Compensation Fund of 2001, for which he represented three victim families as an attorney volunteer. He is also a Florida Qualified Arbitrator and a Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Civil Mediator, since 2006.

Mark also maintains a profile at www.LinkedIn.com which may be of interest and contains a number of recommendations/endorsements from colleagues, past clients and others.


Honors and Awards:

Florida Bar Board Certified in Business Litigation.

Super Lawyers 2007 through 2013, top 5% of Florida attorneys.

"Up and comer," South Florida Legal Guide 2005.

"Excellence in Writing Award" Florida Bar for 2003.

Florida, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut Bars

Florida federal courts, others.

 

Officer,  South Palm Beach County Bar Association

Director, South Palm Beach County Bar Association.

Editorial Board Florida Bar Journal/News.

Attorney-member Fifteenth Judicial Circuit Grievance Committee.

Two terms Florida Bar's Standing Committee on Unlicensed Practice of Law (UPL).

Palm Beach County Bar Association.

Chair of Annual Fund, St. Andrews School 2005-2006

Numerous civic and charitable organizations.

Recognized November 2004, Report to Congress, Trial Lawyers Care Pro Bono Project to Provide Legal Representation for Victims Before The September 11th Victim Compensation Fund of 2001.

Qualified Arbitrator.

Certified Circuit Civil Mediator.

"Go-To Law Firm," Corporate Counsel Magazine, 2007.


Experience
(Positions are listed in chronological order, with most recent at the top)

 

Currently, partner at Buckingham Doolittle & Burroughs, Boca Raton, Palm Beach County, FL.

 

Partner, Katz Barron (2011 -March 2013)

 

Partner Yoss LLP (2009-2011)


Owner at Osherow & Associates, P.A. (f/k/a Osherow, Shiner & Associates, P.A.)
(Law Practice Industry)
2007 – Present

OAPA was a focused litigation boutique dedicated to the highest quality, cost-effective representation. Its philosophy focused on working with each client as a partner in a mutual enterprise. Legal matters often involve a variety of stressful factors even to the most sophisticated client. OAPA strove to provide extensive client support so that the complexity of the legal process were shared with clients and decisions effectively made.

Owner/Principal at Osherow, Shiner & Associates, P.A. (f/k/a/ Mark R. Osherow, P.A.)
(Law Practice Industry)
2005 – September 2007 (2 years)

Principal at Mark R. Osherow, P.A.
(Law Practice Industry)
1998 – 2005 (7 years)

Shareholder at Osherow & Schwartz, P.A.
(Law Practice Industry)
1996 – 1998 (2 years)

Associate/Department Head at Weiss & Handler, P.A.
(Law Practice Industry)
1994 – 1996 (2 years)

Associate at White, Fleischner & Fino
(Law Practice Industry)
1992 – 1994 (2 years)

Insurer repesentation related to coverage issues and defense of property and casualty matters with emphasis on Jeweler's Block coverage litigation for Lloyd's and other domestic and foreign insurers.

Associate at Lester Schwab Katz & Dwyer
(Law Practice Industry)
1989 – 1992 (3 years)

Property and casualty insurer representation with an emphasis on automotive, motorcyle and maritime products liability matters, and general defense of major domestic corporate clients and insurers in state and federal courts throughout New York State.

Professional Expand Section Close Section   Undergraduate: University of Pennsylvania Law School: Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University Admitted to Bar:
Practice Areas: Personal > Civil Litigation
Personal > Class Actions
Personal > Personal Injury
Business > Securities Litigation
Business > Commercial Litigation
Organizations: South Palm Beach County Bar Association, Director