Mark H. Scribner

Mark H. Scribner: Attorney with Primmer Piper Eggleston & Cramer PC AV stamp icon


Mark Scribner’s in-depth experience with banking, securities, corporate and regulatory law enables him to decipher complex issues quickly and communicate key points clearly and concisely. As both in-house and outside counsel, Mark has represented lenders for more than three decades on a variety of commercial financing transactions, including asset based, construction, commercial real estate and bond financings, interest rate swaps and foreign currency transactions, as well as provided advice on operations, corporate and workout issues. He also represents developers using foreign investment raised in securities offerings under the federal EB-5 immigration program to develop ski resorts, manufacturing facilities and destination resorts.
Instructor: Business Law, Champlain College, 1990; American Institute of Banking, 1992. Member, Associate Counsel, Chittenden Bank, 1982-1988.

Areas of Practice (6)

  • Banking
  • Secured Lending
  • Commercial
  • Corporate
  • Real Estate
  • International & Cross Border

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
802-448-8877  Phone
802-864-0880 x1211  Phone
802-864-0328  Fax
Year of First Admission:
1989, U.S. District Court, District of Vermont; 1982, Vermont
Chittenden County and Vermont (Chairman, Committee on Interprofessional Relations between Attorneys and Bankers, 1987-1991) Bar Associations.
Reported Cases:
Haverly v. Kaytek, Inc., VT (1999).

Peer Reviews

Burlington, Vermont

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