Mark Webb is a Harvard college educated, first-in-his-class law school graduate. From law school he was accepted straight away into the U.S. Justice Department’s elite Honors Program in Washington, D.C. In Washington, he worked in the Organized Crime and Racketeering section. While there, as a Special Attorney, he was assigned to several different Strike Forces to assist prosecuting serious organized crime cases. Next, he was appointed by the Attorney General for a position with the U.S. Attorney’s Office in San Francisco.
There he was a lead attorney in fifteen consecutive criminal conspiracy jury trials - winning them all! This experience gave him the best possible foundation for developing extraordinary courtroom skills. After four years of federal prosecution work, Mr. Webb began his own private practice in San Francisco. Concentrating on civil litigation for plaintiffs, the practice flourished.
During the past twenty-five years in private practice he has repeatedly obtained landmark settlements and record jury awards, often in high profile cases (see press section). Mark is well known and respected by judges and lawyers in the legal community and has been lead counsel both in California cases as well as in cases in at least ten other states.
Mr. Webb returns to the private practice of law after a two year hiatus, during which time he wrote a book about his swift victory over Match.com and a feature length screenplay.
While he is selective about which cases he wishes to take on, once committed, Mr. Webb has a proven track record of tenacity and victory.