When a commercial loan goes into default, creditors turn to Mark for a tailored legal strategy that safeguards their interests and maximizes their recovery. His wide breadth of experience achieves the best advantage for his clients in all types of commercial litigation.
Mark primarily represents commercial lenders, vendors and lessors in creditors’ rights matters throughout the country. His results-driven advice guides clients in loan workouts, out-of-court restructurings, loan documentation, asset recovery, asset disposition and general protection of their rights. His considerable counsel has been applied to a variety of issues, including general lending disputes, lender liability conflicts, contract disagreements, lien priority challenges, foreclosure of lien interests, sale and lease of goods, enforcement of security interests and other commercial code matters. Mark litigates in federal courts, state courts and alternative dispute resolution forums throughout the country.
Mark also has extensive experience in the complexities of insolvency, having represented creditors in consumer and commercial bankruptcy proceedings and assignment for the benefit of creditor proceedings. He protects clients’ interests in a variety of different contexts, including fraudulent conveyance defense, preference defense, claims priority, defense of objections to claims, automatic stay relief and plan of reorganization treatment. He has taken bankruptcy appeals to the federal appeals courts in the Sixth and Tenth Circuits.
Before joining the firm, Mark was a research and applications consultant with LexisNexis, where he would train attorneys and law firm staff members in electronic research.