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Author of the Toxic Tort Law Desk Reference’s Rhode Island Section, Mark gives his insurance, Superfund and industrial clients informed, connected and accomplished counsel in critical matters that require regional and national management and coordination.
Mark served as Adler Pollock & Sheehan’s Managing Shareholder from 2003-2012 and has won recognition from his peers and professional organizations for his high ethical and legal standards and performance.
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AP&S Attorneys Named 2018 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars
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27 AP&S Attorneys Selected for 2019 Edition of Best Lawyers in America
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7 AP&S Attorneys Named “Lawyer of the Year” from Best Lawyers in America
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AP&S Attorneys Named 2017 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars
•Best Lawyers' 2019 Lawyer of the Year, Environmental Law, Providence.
•Best Lawyers' 2018 Lawyer of the Year, Mass Tort Litigation / Class Actions - Defendants, Providence.
•Best Lawyers' 2016 Lawyer of the Year, Products Liability Litigation - Defendants, Providence.
•AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell, its highest rating for attorneys.
•Selected by his peers for inclusion in the 2007-2019 editions of The Best Lawyers in America in the field of commercial litigation, environmental law and mass tort litigation.
•Recognized in the Chambers USA America’s Leading Business Lawyers in the area of litigation/general and commercial law since 2006.
•Selected as a Rhode Island Super Lawyer, 2007-2018.
In the Community
•Member, Board of Directors of the R.I. Public Expenditure Council.
Seminars / Publications
•Annually Mark authors the Rhode Island Section of the Toxic Tort Law Desk Reference manual, a 50-state compendium of toxic tort laws.
•Member, Rhode Island Bar Association Committee on Environmental Law.
•American Bar Association's Torts and Insurance practice section member.
•Member, ABA's section on Natural Resources, Energy and Environmental Law.
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