Mark R. Waterfill

Mark R. Waterfill

Attorney Profile

Top Rated Employment & Labor Attorney in Indianapolis, IN

Attorney at Law
 | 5235 Decatur Blvd., Indianapolis, IN 46241
Phone: 317-501-6060
Selected to Super Lawyers: 2006 - 2008
Licensed Since: 1986
Practice Areas:
  • Employment & Labor: Employee (60%),
  • Business Litigation (40%)
Attorney Profile

Mr. Waterfill focuses his practice on employment law and litigating commercial disputes. He has handled first-chair responsibility in several complex litigation matters ranging from class action overtime and age discrimination cases to securities fraud, breach of contract, and federal racketeering matters. Mr. Waterfill has successfully argued before several appellate courts, frequently lectured and written extensively on a variety of employment law topics such as HIPAA, the FMLA, employee discipline and termination, and the FLSA.  Mr. Waterfill has been published recently in Employee Relations Law Journal (Autumn 2014), Today's General Counsel (Feb/March 2015) and the Hoosier Banker (May 2015). Mr. Waterfill maintains a blog at hoosieremploymentlawyer.com.

About Mark Waterfill

Admitted: 1986, Indiana

Professional Webpage: https://www.waterfilllaw.com/About/Mark-R-Waterfill.shtml

Honors/Awards:

  • Fellow, Indianapolis Bar Association

Bar/Professional Activity:

  • President, Indiana State Bar Association Section of Labor and Employment Law, 2010

Pro bono/Community Service:

  • Chairman, Legal Services Advisory Committee, Indianapolis Bar Association

Scholarly Lectures/Writings:

  • BYOD: Where the Employee and the Enterprise Intersect. Employee Relations Law Journal.  Autumn 2014 Employer's Dilemma: Guns in the Workplace.  Today's General Counsel.  Feb./March 2015. Tips for Handling Employee Terminations. Employee Relations Today. May 2015. The Hoosier Banker, “Banks Should Take a Careful Look at Employment Contracts”, April 2015.

Verdicts/Settlements:

  • Bank of Indiana was sued by its former President, Jay Reynolds, for breach of an employment contract severance provision.  The Bank, represented by Mr. Waterfill, counterclaimed for fraud and breach of fiduciary duty.  At a jury trial in March, 2012, the judge threw out Mr. Reynolds' claim at the close of his evidence and the jury awarded the Bank $250,000 on its counterclaim.  The judge added $135,000 in attorney fees for a total verdict of $385,000.  , 2012
Office Location for Mark R. Waterfill

5235 Decatur Blvd.
Indianapolis, IN 46241

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Last Updated: 7/22/2019

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