Mark Sedlander is an accomplished trial lawyer, representing clients in white collar criminal cases, regulatory matters, and related civil litigation.
Mr. Sedlander represents individual and corporate clients in a wide range of matters, including securities fraud, health care fraud, wire fraud, bank fraud, mail fraud, bankruptcy fraud, mortgage fraud, import/export licensing violations in the commercial and national security context, and other white collar criminal and regulatory offenses. His representation frequently involves concurrent, private civil litigation and internal investigations. He regularly negotiates with the Department of Justice and other prosecuting and investigative agencies.
Before joining the Law Offices of Steven Goldsobel, Mr. Sedlander represented clients charged with federal criminal offenses with the Office of the Federal Public Defender in the Central District of California. He handled complex commercial matters as an Associate in the litigation department at a New York City law firm, and represented clients charged with serious felonies as a trial attorney with The Bronx Defenders. He also clerked for the Honorable Fernando M. Olguin in the United States District Court for the Central District of California in Los Angeles.
Mr. Sedlander earned his J.D. at Georgetown Law. He served as the articles Selection and Solicitation Editor of the Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law & Policy, and was a member of the Georgetown Law Criminal Justice Clinic. He received his undergraduate degree with high honors from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa.
Mr. Sedlander is a member of The Century City Bar Association Board of Governors; The Federal Bar Association; The American Bar Association, Criminal Justice and Business Law Sections, White Collar Crime Committees; and the Beverly Hills Association, sections on litigation, entertainment law, and criminal law.
Georgetown University - J.D., 2008 (Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law & Policy, Selection and Solicitation Editor)
University of California, Santa Barbara - B.A., 2003, Phi Beta Kappa, high honors
California and New York
United States District Court: Central District of California, and Southern and Eastern Districts of New York
The Century City Bar Association, Board of Governors
The Federal Bar Association
The American Bar Association, Criminal Justice and Business Law Sections, White Collar Crime Committees
The Beverly Hills Bar Association, sections on litigation, entertainment law, and criminal law