Clients rely on my depth of technical chemical engineering knowledge to efficiently understand their complex litigation needs and communicate effectively with industry experts and in-house counsel. For more than 30 years, I have worked to effectuate the best outcomes for clients’ businesses by evaluating unique issues and guiding clients to the best resolution. I routinely handle products liability cases that involve collaborating with national counsel, appreciating the big-picture view of their businesses, risk exposure, and preferred outcomes.
Mark Bodin is an experienced trial lawyer who regularly advises corporate defendants and insurers on litigation matters, with a focus on products liability litigation in Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Alabama. Mark’s chemical engineering degree enables him to provide special insight into personal injury and substantial property damage claims, addressing issues pertaining to the design, construction, and maintenance of chemical plants and refineries among many other manufacturing industries.
With a particular interest in the defense of automobile airbag claims, Mark has defended warranty claims and consumer class actions. He has served on the defense teams in federal multidistrict litigation matters against manufacturers. He has handled the defense of toxic tort matters —including asbestos claims — and possesses significant insight into industrial litigation involving procedures, protocols, and safety programs.
Mark has defended manufacturers in the following industries:
- Chemical manufacturing plants
- Chemical reactor manufacturers
- Consumer products
- Heavy equipment
- Household appliances and tools
- Industrial equipment
- Marine products
- Motorized vehicles
- Power tools
- Side-by-side and all-terrain vehicles (ATV)