Mark is a business-oriented, results-driven, senior international business and regulatory law expert with private practice, government, academic and legal management experience in Canada, the United States, Europe and major emerging markets. He has extensive in cutting-edge experience in providing strategic legal advice to clients in on high impact / high profile competition, trade, investment, regulatory and corporate / commercial matters and providing compliance training to businesses and technical assistance to governments. Career highlights include leading the Government of Ontario’s legal team in relation to restructuring of GM & Chrysler, advising a multinational pharmaceutical company on distributing its HIV / AIDS drugs globally, and leading a team of foreign lawyers to draft the new South African Competition Law, a key framework economic policy for post-Apartheid South Africa. In 2015, Mark was elected a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation.
New York State
Brussels (List B) (2003-2005)
- LLM, International and Comparative Law, Georgetown University Law Centre, Washington, D.C.
- JD, Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto
- MA, Economics, University of Toronto, Toronto
- BA, Joint Honours in Economics and Political Science, McGill University, Montréal
English and French