Mark represents clients in complex business and commercial disputes, as well as real estate and construction litigation matters. With over a decade of experience in construction, he applies his extensive, first-hand knowledge to client strategies, both in and out of court. Mark’s construction law practice spans all aspects related to design, constructive changes, delay compensation, defaults/termination, bonds and mechanic’s liens.
Mark obtained his Bachelor in Business Administration from the University of Kansas with distinction, and obtained his J.D. from Washington University School of Law. During law school, Mark was a staff editor for Washington University Jurisprudence Review, participated in the Wiley Rutledge Moot Court Competition, and was employed as a legal intern at Black & Veatch. Prior to law school, Mark worked in the construction industry, first as a carpenter and later as a project manager.
Mark is an avid sailor and lives in Prairie Village, Kansas with his wife, Elizabeth, and their daughter.
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