Mark Myles joined MCJG as “Of Counsel” in 2022 after a successful career with the San Joaquin County Counsel’s Office. He brings to the firm an extensive knowledge of the everyday issues faced by public agencies and the experience necessary to craft practical solutions. Mark’s practice will focus on workplace investigations, land use, public agency law, and civil litigation.
- San Joaquin County Bar Association
- Association of Workplace Investigators
- California Lawyers Association, Public Law Section
- San Joaquin County 21st Annual Diversity Luncheon Keynote Speaker 2018
- San Joaquin County Public Health Conference Keynote Speaker 2020.
- Lead San Joaquin County’s exploration and development of cannabis licensing program; facilitated community outreach efforts and convened cross-functional team for regulation, ordinance, and policy development.
- Lead San Joaquin County’s multi-faceted legal challenges to protect the San Joaquin Delta; selected and supervised attorneys charged with representing the County against threats to the San Joaquin Delta in administrative and litigation proceedings.
- Lead San Joaquin County’s legal response to COVID-19; advise County elected and appointed officials on state’s legal authority vis-à-vis the county; advise county leaders on implementation of state’s orders; assist with crafting health orders and policy response to the demands of the state and local elected officials.
- Negotiated a settlement in a complex tax sharing dispute resulting in a ~$10M 10-year stream of revenue for San Joaquin County.
- Represented San Joaquin County in civil rights actions filed in state and federal courts.
- Supervised environmental litigation challenging approval of development projects.
- Supervised sensitive workplace investigations.
- Leadership Stockton- 2002-2003
- USAF Security Forces Association