Mark Johnson is an experienced trial attorney who concentrates his practice on consumer warranty protection and business litigation. He has represented hundreds of clients in state and federal court, at every stage of a lawsuit, including through jury verdict as first chair trial counsel. Mark works with his clients to determine their goals and takes the actions necessary to efficiently and effectively deliver results.
In addition to representing hard working consumers, Mark has experience in business litigation, business formation, contracts, franchise disputes, and managing business affairs. He has a proven track record of success of handling complex problems and delivering results.
Prior to joining Cline APC, Mark drove and owned the commercial division of an aviation company. In his role, he oversaw the commercial expansion in North and South America, handled contract and procurement negotiations, and provided the business strategy and legal guidance for the Americas.
Mark is licensed to practice law in the states of California and Tennessee and before the United States District Courts for the Southern, Northern, Eastern and Central Districts of California. While earning his Juris Doctor from Loyola Law School Los Angeles, Mark was a member of the Loyola Law Review. Mark received his undergraduate degree in Marketing from Azusa Pacific University and studied abroad in Australia.
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