Mark represents individuals and companies in business and employment law matters. He negotiates, drafts, and reviews all types of business and employment contracts and agreements, including noncompete agreements, executive contracts, and other employment and severance agreements. He assists individuals and existing businesses with the selection and formation of business entities, including limited liability companies (LLCs), corporations, and partnerships.
Mark focuses his litigation and appellate practice on complex business and employment disputes in state and federal courts. He represents businesses and individuals in disputes involving breach of contract, fraud, noncompete agreements, theft and misappropriation of trade secrets, deceptive trade practices, and oil and gas law. He represents employers, employees, and executives in all types of employment disputes, including claims for retaliation, harassment, discrimination, wage and hour issues, and breach of contract.
Admitted to Practice: Texas; United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit; United States District Court for the Western District of Texas.
- Stanford Law School, J.D. 1996 (Executive Editor, Stanford Law Review)
- The University of Texas at Austin, B.S. Civil Engineering 1993 (with honors)
- Briefing Attorney: Supreme Court of Texas, Justice Priscilla Owen (1996–1997)
- McGinnis Lochridge & Kilgore, LLP (1997–2013), Partner (2003–2013)
- State Bar of Texas, Appellate, Business, Labor and Employment, Litigation, and Oil and Gas Sections
- Austin Bar Association, Business, Corporate, and Tax, Civil Appellate, Civil Litigation, Labor and Employment, and Oil and Gas Sections