Mark Fang, Attorney At Law, APC, located in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties,
specializes in business and employment litigation. Mr. Fang earned his B.A. degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara. He acquired his Juris Doctorate degree from Ventura College
of Law, where he was the recipient of multiple American Jurisprudence Awards for scholastic excellence.
Mr. Fang has been a member of the California state bar since 1998. He is licensed to practice before all California State Courts , all Federal District Courts in the state, as well as the United States Tax Court on behalf of tax payers.
He has served within recent years as the Director of the Board for the Ventura County Bar Association (VCBA.org), and the Ventura County Asian American Bar Association (VCAABA.org). He is a past President and a current Director of VCAABA. Fluent in Mandarin Chinese, Mr. Fang successfully caters to the unique needs of businesses with presence in the Pacific Rim.
In addition to his participation at the local bar organization level, Mr. Fang also offers his professional time on pro bono basis, for indigent or oppressed individuals seeking justice. Presently he serves as General Counsel for several Southern California Christian churches.
In 2011, this firm obtained a record eight figure recovery (29 million dollars) on behalf of 1,300 clients who were deprived of overtime pay, meal and rest breaks, and improperly classified as exempt employees by their employer.
In 2014, this firm obtained another eight figure judgment (16 million dollars), in favor of a business client. Collection is ongoing and over 10 million dollars have been collected to date.
To this date, this firm continues to successfully fulfill its core belief of "equal justice for everyone" by representing those with obstructed access to the justice system.
400 Camarillo Ranch Road
Camarillo, CA 93012
Phone (805) 383-2788
Fax (805) 388-9488
LOS ANGELES COUNTY
215 N. Marengo Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91101
Phone (626) 304-9972
Fax (626) 628-3011
Monday through Friday
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
(except major holidays)