BORN in Hartford Connecticut, Mark formed his first business before finishing college and, upon finishing law school, opened a number of restaurants. DURING Mark's 39 years of practice, his reputation for practical business solutions has emerged in his law practice style where he has assisted business and real estate clients from their inception and gone to Court to protect them when necessary. Mark has litigated or argued a diverse series of including a variety of real estate development issues, buying, selling, and leasing liquor licenses and related businesses. ADMITTED to the Nebraska Bar in 1977 and the New Mexico Bar in 1984. ADMITTED to practice before the U.S. District Court in New Mexico, Nebraska and Colorado as well as the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit and the United States Supreme Court. GRADUATED from Creighton Law School in 1976. EARNED a B.A. from University of Connecticut in 1972. LECTURER: Liquor Licensing, Wrongful Discharge and Landlord-Tenant Law in New Mexico. CONCENTRATION: Trial practice, business matters, real estate acquisition and development, and liquor license law.