Mark is a 1985 graduate of Kenyon College and received his Juris Doctor degree cum laude from Michigan State University College of Law in 1988. He practiced in Port Huron, Michigan, from 1988 until 2007 with a wide range of practice areas such as general civil litigation; personal injury and insurance defense; commercial litigation; real estate and zoning matters; condemnation law; business law; including formation of corporations, limited liability companies, and general business counsel. Mark’s practice areas now include various areas of complex litigation, zoning and commercial real estate matters, internet law, copyright and trademark law, as well as trade secret, non-compete litigation, maritime, and marjiuana law. Most recently, Mark has successfully litigated claims on behalf of trademark holders under the Anti-Cybersquatting Protection Act (“ACPA”); both employers and employees in non-compete and trade secret litigation; commercial real estate law including representing the seller in assembling and selling parcels in a 60 million dollar plus sales transaction, and prevailed in a number of online defamation cases.
Law firm specializing in internet law, intellectual property issues, domain name disputes, complex litigation, marijuana law, technology company representation, and general counsel services, all while using technology to connect to clients located throughout the world.
A general practice law firm with a focus on municipal law as well as a large litigation practice including wrongful death and injury, civil litigation, real estate and zoning, as well as business formation and business counseling.
Mark enjoys sailing, skate skiing, snowboarding and kiteboarding. His three sons and wife Tracey keep him involved in a long list of other activities.