is a partner in the litigation group. His practice focuses on defending corporations and individuals in SEC Enforcement proceedings and counsels on compliance and corporate governance issues, including numerous SEC rules and regulations.
Mark counsels public companies on complex securities law and other regulatory issues. He also represents both corporations and individuals in SEC and other governmental investigations involving securities law.
Prior to joining Arent Fox, Mark was a partner in the litigation department of a national law firm located in Washington, DC. Previously, he was also an attorney in the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission¡¦s Division of Enforcement.
Mark is an adjunct professor at Georgetown University Law Center.
Publications / Presentations / Recognitions
Mark recently wrote a chapter titled "U.S. Law - The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and Beyond" in the book International Corruption Law
by P. Cohen and A. Marriott. Other publications include:
- Does Severe Punishment Deter Financial Crime, " University of Charleston Law Review (2010).
Bar and Court Admissions
District of Columbia Bar
US District Court, District of Columbia
Georgetown University Law Center, LLM, 1984
University of Baltimore School of Law, JD, 1982
University of Washington, BA, 1979