Mark grew up working in his family’s business in Childress, a small town in the Texas panhandle. As a result of his experiences in working in the family business, Mark decided to major in finance when earning a B.B.A. degree at Texas Tech University. Mark graduated cum laude with a B.B.A./Finance degree in three years and then attended Baylor Law School where he served as an Associate Editor of the Baylor Law Review.
Throughout Mark’s legal career, he has focused primarily on commercial litigation cases. When a firm client sold his business through a merger agreement, Mark was successful in obtaining a judgment for additional consideration on the purchase price his client was entitled to receive based on an “earn-out” provision in the agreement.
Clients can rest assured that Mark will always be well prepared to zealously represent their interests in their cases.
While Mark enjoys practicing law, he really enjoys giving his time back to the community. He has served as a past President and Chairman of the Board of the Fort Worth Ronald McDonald House, as well as serving on three different capital campaigns for the charity. He is also an officer of the Ronald McDonald House Charities in Dallas. Mark has also served as a Sunday school teacher in his church.