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Mark T. Waggoner

Member
mwaggoner@handarendall.com

Phone: 205-502-0100
Fax: 205-397-1313

Office: Birmingham

Areas of Practice:
Employment and Labor
Health Care
Land Use and Environmental
State and Local Government

Admitted In:
Alabama State Bar, 1986
District of Columbia, 1988

Education:
J.D., Cumberland School of Law, 1986; B.A., Auburn University, 1982

Additional Information:
Civic and Professional Affiliations Publications and Speeches
Representative Cases

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Mark T. Waggoner

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Mark T. Waggoner is the Chair of the firm's Employment and Labor Practice Group. Mark argued the position of respondent Dr. Steve Franks before the United States Supreme Court in Lane v. Franks (134 S. Ct. 2369) on April 28, 2014. He has significant experience in most types of civil litigation, but his emphasis is in the fields of employment law and environmental law. He represents management in all aspects of workplace statutory compliance, employment discrimination charges and litigation, employment contracts, personnel policies and procedures, and workplace drug testing. He served as Hearing Officer for Jefferson County Personnel Board. Mark is a frequent speaker to various groups regarding employment issues. He is a member of the Defense Research Institute and is on the steering committee of DRI's Employment Law Committee. He has also been appointed to serve as an Administrative Law Judge in health care facility permitting matters before the Certificate of Need Review Board, State Health Planning and Development Agency.

Mark’s environmental law experience includes administrative permitting proceedings and appeals before the Alabama Department of Environmental Management and litigation concerning Clean Water Act and Solid Waste Act compliance. Mark served as chair of the Environmental and Natural Resources Law Section of the Alabama State Bar, 2007-2008. He was appointed by Governor Bob Riley to serve on the board of the Red Mountain Greenway and Recreational Area Commission.

He has been appointed to serve as Deputy Attorney General to handle numerous litigation matters for the State of Alabama and its agencies for more than 20 years.

After graduation, Mark served as Legislative Assistant to United States Senator Jeremiah Denton; in the Office of the General Counsel, U.S. Department of Energy; and as Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary for Legislative, Intergovernmental and Public Affairs, U. S. Department of Energy.

Awards



AV Preeminent™ Rated by Martindale-Hubbell® for 10 years