Mark Carter is the Labor Practice Group Chair of the firm. He has a national practice focused on advising employers on all aspects of relationships with labor unions.
Mark has advised and represented employers throughout the United States in corporate campaigns, collective bargaining, arbitrations and federal litigation involving labor unions as well as serving employers in employment litigation. He has litigated in Alaska, New Jersey, Idaho, Michigan, Alabama and other states and has advised clients in Washington state, Puerto Rico, California, New York, Florida the District of Columbia and the majority of the states in the nation.
Mark has testified before the United States Senate and The House of Representatives. He is a former Management Chair of the Antitrust RICO and Labor Law Committee of the American Bar Association and has spoken at over 10 annual meetings of that organization. He has also spoken for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers, the Labor Policy Association and other national trade groups.
Mark has published numerous articles and portions of treatises on labor law. From 2002 through 2009, he served as a Member of the Federal Service Impasses Panel upon three successive appointments by President George W. Bush.