A shareholder in the Casualty Department, Mark has spent his legal career defending insurance carriers, self-insured companies and individuals on a broad array of matters including products liability, premises liability, motor vehicle accidents and medical malpractice cases.
Mark leads a team of four experienced attorneys and two paralegals. He has over 20 years of litigation experience and has tried over 40 cases and hundreds of arbitrations and mediations.
His clients include two dozen insurance carriers, as well as multiple self-insured corporations including several major grocery chains, a home improvement center chain, a national building products manufacturer, several energy companies, electronics manufacturers and municipalities.
Prior to joining Marshall Dennehey, Mark was in-house counsel at Traveler's Insurance Company for five years. Mark is also a licensed pilot and has constructed two experimental aircraft.
•Numerous presentations to insurance carriers regarding Pennsylvania Automobile Law
•Auto Law Update, Pennsylvania Bar Institute in Philadelphia
•Pennsylvania Evidence Update, Pennsylvania Bar Institute in Atlantic City, New Jersey
•Family Medical Leave Act, Pennsylvania Claims Association
• When Rules Collide: Pennsylvania Supreme Court Clarifies Relationship Between Assured Clear Distance Rule and Sudden Emergency Doctrine, Defense Digest, 1999
• Employment of Independent Contractors and the Peculiar Risk Doctrine, Defense Digest, 1993
• Practical Considerations in Defending the Peculiar Risk Case, Defense Digest, 1993
Honors & Awards
•AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell
Year Joined Organization