Mark McNitzky provides timely advice and counsel to business management clients, including both nonprofit and for-profit entities. His industries of practice include construction, education, financial, healthcare, oil and gas, and retail.
Mark advises on an array of employment issues such as employee contracts; discipline, hiring, and termination; unemployment compensation; compliance with federal leave, wage and hour, and anti-discrimination laws; and COVID-19 accommodation and leave matters.
Mark defends clients in employment law litigation and arbitration matters involving single-plaintiff and collective cases alleging civil rights violations, including age, disability, national origin, race, sex, and religious discrimination and federal leave issues, disputes alleging minimum wage and overtime violations, and lawsuits alleging workers’ compensation retaliation and breaches of non-compete agreements. Pre-litigation, Mark handles charges of discrimination brought before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Texas Workforce Commission – Civil Rights Division at the administrative level, including representing clients during onsite investigations and witness interviews.
Mark’s practice also includes reviewing and negotiating executive and employment agreements and contracts, paying special attention to confidentiality, non-disclosure, non-compete, and non-solicitation provisions.
Named among Texas Super Lawyers Rising Stars by Thomson Reuters (2023)
San Antonio Bar Association
San Antonio Young Lawyers Association
Texas Young Lawyers Association
American Bar Association (Labor and Employment Law section)
Catholic Charities of San Antonio
San Antonio Manufacturers Association
San Antonio Hotel and Lodging Association
Rotary Club of San Antonio – Co-Chair, New Member Announcement Committee
Phi Delta Phi
State Bar Licenses
- Rio Grande Valley Society for Human Resource Management Annual Conference, “Employment Law Update,” McAllen, (September 2019)