Mark S. Blackman, Esq.

Attorney, Alpert Barr & Grant

Mark S. Blackman is an experienced business and real estate litigator. He represents clients in judicial foreclosures, title and escrow company disputes, creditors' rights in bankruptcy and in manufactured housing and mobile home transactions and litigation.

Mr. Blackman is a former president of the San Fernando Valley Bar Association. He has served as the chair for the Bars annual Law Day programs, which provides free legal services to members of the community. Mr. Blackman is a board member for the California Trustees Association and has served as a member of the Loyola Law School Board of Governors. Mr. Blackman also serves as a member of the Formation Committee for the Woodland Hills-Warner Center area's soon City wide Neighborhood Council.

Before joining Alpert & Barr 12 years ago, Mr. Blackman was an attorney with another San Fernando Valley law firm where he handled all aspects of business and real estate litigation including case intake and review, and preparation of complaints, answers, demurrers, motions for summary judgments/summary adjudication and other discovery.

Mr. Blackman received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of California at Los Angeles and his Juris Doctor from Loyola University School of Law in 1985. He is licensed to practice in California and before the United States District Courts for the Central, Southern and Eastern Districts of California.

Mr. Blackman enjoys football and basketball, theater and music. He is married and lives in Woodland Hills, California. He can be reached at via email at