Mark Hall is an experienced litigator whose practice is focused on product liability and toxic tort matters. He has defended clients against claims involving a broad range of products and industries, including off-road vehicles, firearms, chemicals, lead paint, aircraft components, and automobiles and automotive components.
Mark has assisted in the defense of Yamaha in multidistrict litigation involving the Rhino off-road utility terrain vehicle. He was a member of the Jones Day team defending Mattel in a number of class action lawsuits arising from the sale of toys allegedly containing lead in excess of regulatory standards. He also has worked extensively on lawsuits arising from the wave of public nuisance and other tort litigation brought against various industries by municipal, county, and state governments and other plaintiffs arising from the sale of products such as firearms, lead paint, and tobacco.
Mark has extensive experience in developing and implementing effective offensive discovery strategies and techniques to obtain full and complete documentary, electronic, and deposition discovery from governmental and other plaintiffs in the public nuisance/tort lawsuits. He also has counseling experience relating to product recalls and litigation experience involving environmental issues, as well as general business, commercial, and construction disputes.
Coptic Christian and daughter gain asylum
Yamaha successfully defends nationwide litigation of product liability cases and claims involving the Rhino side-by-side ( SxS ) vehicle
Mattel settles voluntary toy recall litigation
Law Clerk to United States District Judge Sidney M. Aronovitz, Southern District of Florida (1981 term)