Mark Meuser

Mark Meuser

Mark joined the firm in 2017. Whether he is assisting clients against Fortune 500 companies or against government agencies, Mark loves to use his skills to help the little guy obtain justice. Just because the other side is able to afford a law firm with hundreds of attorneys, that does not mean that the scales of justice should be titled in their favor. He was able to get a precedent-setting ruling from the 9th Circuit in the case of Gilstrap v. United Airlines which now allows disabled Americans to sue the airlines when the airline’s violation of federal law causes further injury to the disabled. Often when there seems to be no legal recourse, Mark will use his research skills to find a new way to provide legal relief for those to whom justice had been denied.

Mark  is admitted to practice in California and litigates in federal courts around the nation. In his free time, he loves being outdoors enjoying California’s natural beauty. Whether he is hiking, biking, sailing, scuba diving, or snow skiing, Mark is always quick to enjoy the diversity this state has to offer. He also regularly competes in Ironman competitions. To bolster his more academic side, Mark has a large collection of American political biographies, United States and California state histories that were published over 100 years ago.


Bar Admissions:

United States Supreme Court

United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit

United States District Courts:

  • Northern District of California
  • Central District of California
  • Eastern District of California
  • Southern District of California

Practice Areas:

Campaign and Election Law

Civil Rights and Civil Liberties

First Amendment

Political Law


Oak Brook College of Law – J.D., 2003


  • Federal Court Deals Serious Blow to the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact

  • No Regulation without Representation – The Federalist

  • Time for Government to Slim Down – Real Clear Policy

  • Regulation Reform can Make America Great Again – Real Clear Policy

  • 11 Unauthorized Government Spending Programs Trump Cut from His 2018 Budget

  • Legal Immigrants Sue California For Failure To Verify Voters’ Citizenship Status

  • California asks Supreme Court to tell Ohio: ‘Do as I say, not as I do’

  • Voter Registration List Proves the Fountain of Youth is in Los Angeles