Marc Leibowitz

Marc Leibowitz

Partner
  • Direct Dial: (619) 515-1203
  • Phone: (619) 233-9898
  • Fax: (619) 233-6862
  • Physical Address: 600 B Street, Suite 2300, San Diego, CA 92101-4598

Marc Leibowitz

Partner
  • Direct Dial: (619) 515-1203
  • Phone: (619) 233-9898
  • Fax: (619) 233-6862
  • Physical Address: 600 B Street , Suite 2300, San Diego, CA 92101-4598
  • Overview

    Marc Leibowitz is a Partner in our San Diego office. He joined LFLM in 1997, and has exclusively practiced in the area of state workers’ compensation defense since 1989.  Prior to joining LFLM, Mr. Leibowitz worked as in-house counsel for two large insurance companies.

    As head of LFLM’s Technology Committee, Mr. Leibowitz guides LFLM towards being less-paper intensive with a certified green goal.  He is also a frequent presenter at workers’ compensation conferences as well as targeted trainings for LFLM’s clients.

    Mr. Leibowitz is a certified workers’ compensation specialist with a focus on high exposure and red flag claims.

  • Industry Involvement

    Professional or Trade Affiliations

    • The State Bar of California, Workers’ Compensation Section
    • Public Agency Risk Management Association (PARMA)
    • California Association of Joint Powers Authority (CAJPA)
    • California Coalition on Workers’ Compensation (CCWC)

    Honors & Awards

    • San Diego Top Lawyers – Workers’ Compensation 2019
    • San Diego Top Lawyers – Workers’ Compensation 2018
    • San Diego Top Lawyers – Workers’ Compensation 2017
    • San Diego Top Lawyers – Workers’ Compensation 2016
    • San Diego Top Lawyers – Workers’ Compensation 2015
    • San Diego Top Lawyers – Workers’ Compensation 2014

    Speaking Engagements

    • ELEVATE, Conference May 16, 2019 – Moderator: Fraud in the Workplace
    • Inland Empire Workers’ Compensation Forum, May 14, 2019 – Workers’ Compensation and Employment Law Crossover Issues That Every Employer Has to Deal With
    • PARMA, February 2019 – 2 Sessions: 1 – It Takes a Jedi: Balancing ADA/FEHA and Industrial Injury Claims and 2 – Psychiatric and Stress Claims – How Not To Go Crazy Just Because Your Employee Did
    • COSIPA, October and November 2018 – All That Glitters Is Not Gold: The Pitfalls in Managing Workers’ Compensation and Disability Return to Work Situations
    • CAJPA, September 2018 – Compartmentalizing Your Employment Data – Risks and Benefits in Workers’ Compensation and Employment Law Situations
    • ELEVATE, May 2018 – Medical Marijuana in the Work Place
    • PARMA, February 2018 – Employment law and Workers’ Compensation Crossovers – how to navigate the risks
    • CAJPA, September 2017 – The Benefits of a Clearly Defined Workers Compensation Program as it Applies to Return to Work, Discipline and Associated ADA, FMLA and CFRA Obligations
    • DMEC, August 2017 – The Interplay of ADA, FEHA and Return to Work Programs in Employment Law and Workers’ Compensation Matters
    • APTA, August 2017 – ADA, FEHA and Workers’ Compensation – Risk and Benefits of Program Management
    • ASCIP (Northern CA), February 2017 – The Biggest Mistakes and Simplest Changes to Avoid Employment Law and Workers’ Compensation Litigation
    • PARMA, February 2017 – How to Properly Integrate Your Return to Work and Leave Programs to Avoid Litigation
    • ASCIP (Southern CA), January 2017 – The Biggest Mistakes and Simplest Changes to Avoid Employment Law and Workers’ Compensation Litigation
    • CCWC, 2016 – Workers’ Compensation and Employment Law Crossovers
    • UC/CSU Joint Forum, 2016 – ADA and its impact in Workers’ Compensation
    • Professionals in Workers’ Compensation Conference, 2016 – Case Law Update
    • CAJPA, 2016 – Social Media and its impact on workers’ compensation claims
    • CSU Annual Conference, 2016 – Workers’ Compensation and Employment Law Crossovers
    • CAJPA, 2016 – Employment Law and Workers’ Comp Crossovers
    • CAJPA, 2014 – Interaction between ADA and Workers’ Compensation Programs
    • CAJPA, 2013 – Social Media Concerns in Workers’ Compensation and Employment Law
    • PARMA, 2016 – Employment Law and Workers’ Comp Crossover Concerns
    • PARMA 2015 – Psychiatric Claims in the Workers’ Compensation Arena
    • PARMA 2014 – Employment Law and Workers’ Comp Coordination
    • PARMA 2013 – Social Media Concerns in Workers’ Comp and Employment Law
    • CCWC 2016 – Hidden Crossover Issues in Workers’ Comp and Employment Law
    • CCWC 2015 – Psychiatric Claims in the Workers’ Compensation Arena
    • CWC & Risk Conference 2014 – Challenges arising from the interaction between ADA, workers’ compensation programs and return to work programs