222 N. Pacific Coast Highway,
El Segundo, California 90245
- East Carolina University (2010), B.S., Business Management, Magna Cum Laude
- University of North Carolina School of Law (2015), J.D.
Mark A. Larouche
Mark A. Larouche focuses his practice on representing both employers and employees in both state and federal labor and employment matters. Mr. Larouche represents and counsels current and former employees regarding wage and hour claims, as well as claims of discrimination, harassment, retaliation and wrongful termination. In representing employers, Mr. Larouche provides counsel on best labor and employment practices related to hiring and termination decisions, employment policies and handbooks, wage and hour issues, and family and medical leave issues.
Mr. Larouche’s creative, passionate, and efficient approach to problem solving allows him to best assist, counsel, and represent his clients.
In his free time, Mr. Larouche enjoys playing hockey, playing guitar, and collecting all things pop culture.
Mr. Larouche began his legal career as a Law Fellow with the Houston Institute at Harvard Law School, where he researched and wrote articles and reports advocating for criminal justice reform. As a Law Fellow, he also assisted in the launch and stewardship of the Fair Punishment Project, a social and criminal justice initiative housed at Harvard Law School.
Mr. Larouche then joined a prominent Los Angeles firm as a litigator, where he defended and advocated on behalf of individuals, corporations, and employees in relation to government investigations and other white-collar issues. Mr. Larouche has extensive experience litigating a diverse array of matters in both state and federal courts.
Mr. Larouche is fluent in French.