DiCello Levitt

Speaker Bio

Mark Abramowitz is a partner at DiCello Levitt LLP where he marries the future of technology with the needs of those devasted by corporate greed and wrongdoing, as he leads the firms' cutting-edge technology in DiCello Levitt's modern and evolving litigation and trial practice. An electronic systems information (“œESI”) guru Mark has been selected to national discovery review teams and is regularly consulted on cloud-based systems, discovery technology, the Internet of Things, and litigation concerning data storage and security. He has testified before the Ohio State Legislature multiple times on data security and related issues.

Utilizing his expertise in technology, and the ever-evolving and challenging world of ESI, Mark currently is co-chair of the Discovery Committee in the In re: Hair Relaxer Marketing, Sales Practices, and Products Liability Litigation and co-chair of the Discovery Committee in In re: Abbott Laboratories, et al., Preterm Infant Nutrition Products Liability Litigation.

Mark brings a unique voice to the Sedona Conference's Data Security and Privacy Liability working group and is one of the authors of Sedona's Biometric Privacy Primer. He has also served as a Trustee of the Ohio Association for Justice since 2014 and is also currently the chair of their Mass Tort section.

In addition to his mastery in the ESI field, Mark is a respected litigator and trial lawyer who recoups life changing compensation for clients around the country. He has expertise and experience ranging litigating and trying defective products cases, catastrophic personal injury and Internet technology disputes. Mark is recognized for breaking barriers in medical malpractice litigation through groundbreaking work in exposing electronic medical record alterations and successfully expanding states' damages caps in joint replacement surgery cases.

Recently, Mark was part of the trial team that secured a $102.6 Million Jury verdict in the matter of Raul Siqueiros, et al., v. General Motors LLC, Case No. 3:16-cv-07244, in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California.