Mark Guralnick, MBA., JD, PhD
Mark S. Guralnick is a board-certified civil trial attorney, a professor of law, and a prolific author of books and articles in several legal specialties. In the employment law field, he has represented employers and employees in a wide variety of employment discrimination, wrongful discharge, whistleblower and wage disputes.
He has litigated EEOC claims, labor disputes and jury trials on issues ranging from sexual harassment to race discrimination. He has also served as an arbitrator and a mediator of employment law disputes.
An experienced educator, Mr. Guralnick has served on the faculties of Rutgers University and the Pennsylvania State University. He has taught law and business courses for Ramapo College of New Jersey and Franklin & Marshall College of Pennsylvania, and a course in Legal, Ethical and Employment Issues in HR for the University of Denver.
Mr. Guralnick holds eight college degrees, including a PhD (political science), JD and LLM (law degrees), MBA (business administration) and MPA (public administration). He is board certified in several legal specialties, including civil law, family law, international law, and malpractice law. He is licensed to practice law before the United States Supreme Court, at numerous federal circuit courts and district courts, in the court of eight U.S. states, and in four foreign jurisdictions. He is also a licensed private detective.
A former news reporter, Mr. Guralnick has written widely on subjects of topical interest in the law and business fields. He has delivered lectures throughout the world on such subjects as the U.S. jury trial system, forensic investigations, wrongful discharge, and child abduction. Active in many professional organizations, Mr.Guralnick has chaired the international law section of the New Jersey Bar Association and served on the Board of Governors of the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys.