Co-administrator of Shumaker's Banking and Financial Institutions Industry practice group, Mark understands the financial services industry has never been more complex or competitive and he delivers actionable advice and assistance to clients in order to meet today’s challenges. Mark focuses his practice in the areas of:
- Creditors' rights and loan enforcement litigation in state and federal courts
- Representation of creditors in business bankruptcies
- Business loan workouts
- Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) disputes
- Contract disputes
- Lender-liability defense
Because of Mark’s more than three decades’ worth of extensive experience, many banks and other financial institutions, debt buyers, court-appointed receivers, equipment leasing companies, commercial landlords, and other types of creditors and parties in insolvency or loan enforcement situations turn to him for assistance.
Continually Board Certified in Business Bankruptcy Law by the American Board of Certification since 1992, Mark was one of the first lawyers in the nation to receive this certification.
Mark recently served on sub-committees of the Business Law Section of The Florida Bar studying and recommending revisions to Florida's Proceedings Supplementary Statute and 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 been a speaker at American Bankruptcy Institute programs and a moderator for discussion panels at the Information Management Network (IMN) Special Assets Workshops in 2013, 2015, 2016, and 2017.