Mark has a broad litigation practice representing both national corporations and smaller companies in a wide range of disputes involving complex litigation, commercial disputes, financial institution litigation and insurance coverage disputes. Mark's responsiveness to his client's interests and business needs has enabled him to obtain successful results in cases he has litigated in the state and federal courts throughout New England and across the country. In recent years, Mark has represented financial institution clients in dozens of lawsuits involving allegations of fraud, unfair business practices and related claims. Mark also is a key member of the Firm's electronic discovery team, handling e-discovery in numerous complex lawsuits and writing frequently on civil procedure and discovery-related topics.
Before joining Pierce Atwood in 2001, Mark was an attorney with Covington & Burling in Washington, D.C. for three years, where he handled a range of insurance coverage, administrative and pro bono litigation in federal and state courts. Previously Mark also served as a law clerk to Judge Norma Shapiro for the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania for a year after graduating from law school.