Conn Maciel Carey Welcomes Chicago Partner, Mark Trapp!

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Conn Maciel Carey LLP is pleased to announce that Mark M. Trapp, an attorney with extensive experience defending employers in a broad range of litigation before federal and state courts, the NLRB and other agencies, has joined the firm as a partner in its Labor & Employment Practice Group, in Chicago, Illinois.


Mr. Trapp joins the firm with seventeen years of experience, during which he has represented employers in all types of labor disputes, from union campaigns and collective bargaining to grievances and arbitrations. Mr. Trapp has defended employers before administrative agencies and in litigation brought under the ADA, ADEA, Title VII and other federal anti-discrimination laws. 

In addition, Mr. Trapp’s experience with multiemployer pension withdrawal liability has been recognized across the country and his articles on withdrawal liability and other labor and employment issues have been published in respected legal publications.

“I have worked with Mark for over a decade at various law firms, so I am excited that he has joined our boutique practice that focuses on positive client solutions and effective client service.  His unique knowledge of traditional labor issues and multi-employer pension disputes is unparalleled and he has proven to be a creative and out-of-the-box adviser when counseling clients,” Kara M. Maciel, Chair of the Labor & Employment Practice reported.  

Mr. Trapp said “I am thrilled to again have the opportunity to work with the top-notch legal professionals at Conn Maciel Carey.” According to Mr. Trapp, the expertise of a boutique firm focused on OSHA and other labor and employment matters “complements my experience handling labor and employment issues and provides a solid platform for my withdrawal liability practice. I look forward to helping strengthen the team’s ability to provide exceptional knowledge and insights to labor and employment clients, and expanding the firm’s presence in the Midwest.” 

Welcome to the firm, Mark!








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