Mark practices in banking, lending and financing law and offers extensive experience representing banks and other financial institutions, with an emphasis on bankruptcy, as well as financial restructuring outside of bankruptcy. His comprehensive lending representation includes bankruptcy and lender-liability litigation, workout and loan structuring, regulatory and compliance matters, inter-creditor relationships and agreements, loan sales, enforcement litigation, UCC and other security interest analysis and bank-operations matters.
He has established a strong industry reputation for understanding complex client challenges and proposing practical, creative and cost-effective solutions.
Mark creates complex commercial loan documents for various private and institutional financial lenders. He counsels banks and private lenders through multi-million dollar workouts/restructurings and distressed financial situations including restructurings in the resort and hospitality industries. He represents secured creditors, lessors and debtor-in-possession lenders in Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings and counsels his clients on creditors' rights, including proactive avoidance and defense of lender liability claims. Mark also obtains relief from the automatic stay in many core proceedings, and under difficult creditor circumstances.
He regularly lectures on legal topics and serves as faculty for various continuing legal education seminars, including commercial lending, creditor bankruptcy rights and ethics.