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Mark Steven Shipow

Mark Steven Shipow

Practice areas:

Litigation, Intellectual Property

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About Me

I have nearly 30 years experience at major law firms handling sophisticated litigation, primarily involving medium to large sized corporations.  I now have my own practice, handling primarily business litigaiton on behalf of businesses of all sizes and individuals.  I have conducted litigation involving trademarks, trade dress, trade secrets, copyrights, patents, shareholder and partner disputes, real estate disputes, contracts and banking.  I also have extensive experience representing international clients in U.S. litigation.  I am able to provide personalized attention to your litigation, with a focus on achieving a prompt and cost-effective resolution - - whether by settlement, arbitration or trial - - that meets your business needs.


Practice Areas

Licensed since 1979

  1. Litigation: 80%
  2. Intellectual Property: 20%



Hourly ($300/hour), Contingent (15-40%), Fixed (Sometimes), Free Consultation (30 minutes)

Attorney Endorsements

1 total 

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    Gregg Rapoport Commercial Attorney
    Relationship: Worked together on matter

Contact Info

6520 Platt Ave #442
West Hills, CA, 91307




Professional Misconduct

We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Avvo Contributions

Legal Answers

Work Experience

TitleCompany NameDuration
Litigation PartnerHolland & Knight2000 - 2007


Association NamePosition NameDuration
Bruin ProfessionalsN/A2007 - Present

Legal Cases

Case NameOutcome
C.C. Western v. Pacer DistributionAll claims dismissed; award of attorneys fees

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Publication NameTitleDate
Los Angeles LawyerUsing Interpreters In Litigation2009


School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
UCLA SOLLawJD - Juris Doctor1979
Univ of California at Los AngelesPolitical ScienceScienceB.A.1976

Speaking Engagements

Conference NameTitleDate
Los Angeles Trial Practice Inn of CourtObjections: The Admissibility of Evidence2009