Civil Rights Law
Passion and Determination...these are just two of the traits that have made Mark B. Frost so successful in preserving American citizens' civil and legal rights. With over thirty-five years of law experience, he has built an impressive and extensive portfolio of successfully litigated civil cases which have earned him an outstanding reputation. Frost served his country as an officer in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1969 to 1972. During law school, his passion for fighting civil injustices was ignited. He interned at the American Civil Liberties Union and helped prepare a case involving a blind social worker who was denied unemployment with the Ohio Youth Commission because of his disability. After passing the bar in 1974, Frost experienced the first of his many accomplishments when he successfully litigated this case, which was instrumental in establshing employment rights for the handicapped. As an attorney, Frost has obtained millions of dollars in verdicts and setlements during his career. He has tried civil cases in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware involving issues such as freedom of speech, sex and race discrimination, due process, prisoner rights, police misconduct, disability, education and employment cases as well as medical malpractice and other injustices.