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Mark A. Schadrack

Attorney at Law
Of Counsel

Mark Schadrack is a leading business litigator who also handles transactional legal matters.

His experience is broad and includes:

  • Investment Fraud
  • Unfair Competition
  • Intellectual Property
  • Corporate – Shareholder Disputes
  • Partnership Disputes
  • Contract Disputes
  • Insurance Coverage Disputes
  • Collection Matters
  • Employment Disputes
  • Real Property Disputes
  • Personal Injury

Mark Schadrack began his legal career at O’Melveny & Myers. He was on a team that worked on several high-profile lawsuit, including the multi-billion dollar Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant rate case that came before the Public Utilities Commission.

Upon leaving O’Melveny & Myers, Mr. Schadrack joined the well-known Orange County, Calif., firm Pettis, Tester, Kruse & Krinsky.

In 1991, Mr. Schadrack became a founding member of Grant & Saubscher. While at Grant & Saubscher, Mr. Schadrack obtained a $95 million verdict – one of the largest verdicts ever awarded in Orange County – in General Bedding Corp. v. Echeverria.

Opening his own law firm in 1997, which eventually became Schadrack & Chapman, LLP, Mark Schadrack earned numerous significant verdicts and judgments, such as last year’s $1,048,976 judgment in Cyclone USA, Inc. v. LL&C Dealer Services, LLC, a hard-fought trademark dispute heard in federal court in Los Angeles.

Mr. Schadrack also has handled successfully numerous appeals, including Injen Technology Co., LTD v. Kim and King v. Kallestad.

Mark Schadrack has been a avid competitor most of his life. He brings to the law and to his cases the drive he showed as an international water ski competitor and as a competitor on the national level in snow skiing.

Areas of Practice:

  • Business Litigation
  • Real Estate Law
  • Corporate Law

Bar Admissions:

  • California

Honors and Awards:

  • Loyola Law Review

Education:

  • Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, Juris Doctorate, 1985
  • University of California at Berkeley, Bachelor’s of Arts, 1981