Mark D. Hildreth practices in the areas of creditors' rights, loan enforcement and business litigation including business bankruptcies, foreclosures and workouts, contract disputes and lender liability defense. His clients include banks and other financial institutions, court appointed receivers, leasing companies, commercial landlords and other types of creditors and parties in insolvency or collection situations. Mark is a co-administrator of Shumaker's Banking and Financial Institutions industry practice group.
In 1992, Mark was one of the first attorneys in the nation to receive Board Certification in Business Bankruptcy Law by the American Board of Certification and has maintained his board certification since that time.
In 2015, Mark served on sub-committees of the Business Law Section of The Florida Bar studying and recommending revisions to Florida's Proceedings Supplementary statute and to Florida's Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act and has worked on other sub-committees of the Business Law Section's Bankruptcy and UCC committee throughout his career. He has also served as a panelist at the American Bankruptcy Institute's 17th Annual Southeast Bankruptcy Workshop discussing Assignments for the Benefit of Creditors and has moderated discussion panels at the IMN Special Assets Workshops in 2013 and 2015.
Mark is admitted to practice in all of Florida's Federal District Courts as well as in the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court.