- Harvard Law School, J.D., 2012, cum laude
- Harvard Negotiation Law Review, managing editor, 2011-2012
- University of Chicago., B.A., 2009, with honors
Bar & Court Admissions
- The Honorable Thomas M. Hardiman, United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, 2012-2013
Mark is an associate in the Vorys Pittsburgh office and a member of the technology and intellectual property group. As part of the Vorys eControl, Mark focuses his practice on brand protection and e-commerce, both in the United States and Europe. In his practice, Mark counsels businesses in the development and implementation of go-to-market strategy, authorized seller programs, quality controls, selective distribution, and other tools necessary to protect product quality and brand image in light of growing online and international retail channels.
Mark also has significant experience with civil litigation and arbitration. In addition to assisting Vorys eControl clients with United States litigation and pre-litigation strategy, Mark has represented companies in a variety of litigated matters in both state and federal courts, including antitrust, appellate, class action, commercial contract, consumer, and employment cases.
Mark received his J.D. cum laude from Harvard Law School, where he was the managing editor of the Harvard Negotiation Law Review. He received his B.A. in economics with honors from the University of Chicago. Prior to joining Vorys, Mark was a law clerk for the Honorable Thomas M. Hardiman on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
Professional and Community Activities
- Literacy Pittsburgh, Young Professionals Board, Member, 2015-Present
- 7/8/2019The rapid growth of Amazon and other online marketplaces has created a new ecosystem in which brands struggle to control their product sales. Brands now find their products sold by anonymous online sellers and face new challenges on an unprecedented scale. The eControl360 Summit is a first-of-its-kind event that will bring together thought leaders in each of the disciplines necessary to tackle these challenges and allow brands to retake control of their online sales.