Mark has extensive experience in litigating complex commercial disputes. He has successfully handled automotive, supply chain, healthcare, manufacturing, and other contractual business disputes throughout the country. Mark has also represented Tier I and Tier II automotive suppliers (as well as suppliers and manufacturers in other industries) in a wide range of legal matters, including pricing, tooling, and supply disputes, as well as warranty and recall litigation. 

Mark's practice also includes experience in defending privately held corporations in shareholder oppression disputes, as well as defended and pursued claims on behalf of individual directors and officers. He has handled matters on behalf of corporations relating to trade secret claims, enforcement of non-compete and non-solicitation agreements, and unfair competition claims. He has also handled various product liability, toxic tort, and environmental litigation matters, as well as lease and other real property disputes.

Mark earned his law degree, magna cum laude, from Wayne State University Law School. He received a B.A. from Michigan State University.



Wayne State University Law School

Michigan State University, James Madison College

Admissions – State

Professional & Civic

Professional Activities

Oakland County Bar Association

Defense Research Institute

Detroit Economic Club


News & Insights

External News & Publications

  • Who is a Minister? Broadening the Scope of the Ministerial Exception after Hosanna-Tabor, 60 Wayne L. Rev. 261 (2014) 



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