Mark is a partner in the Houston office, where he practices in the areas of complex commercial arbitrations, business litigation, and alternative dispute resolution (ADR). Mark has extensive experience with the international and domestic arbitration and litigation of banking, financial and securities transactions, including derivatives. He has also represented numerous clients in matters regarding international and domestic construction contracts, power purchase and sale agreements, energy contracts, joint ventures, and project finance and development agreements.
Mark is a co-head of the firm's International Department for all 15 locations and also co-head of the firm's Arbitration and ADR Practice Group. He is also a member of several firm committees.
With fifteen office locations around the world, Fulbright & Jaworski L.L.P's International Arbitration Practice stands at the leading edge of international arbitration and alternative dispute resolution. Fulbright has represented clients in many different countries and under the rules of many international arbitral institutions, including the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), International Chamber of Commerce in Paris (ICC), American Arbitration Association (AAA) and International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes at the World Bank (ICSID). Fulbright's dynamic pool of arbitration attorneys, all of whom possess different and distinguished backgrounds, are familiar with the treaties and statutory framework in which international arbitrations are conducted. Fulbright attorneys are also able to resolve international disputes effectively through arbitration by having an extensive knowledge of the relevant aspects of the local legal systems and arbitration laws in order to employ them for the client's benefit. In short, Fulbright attorneys are comfortable with the resolution of all types of cases, regardless of the seat of arbitration and the applicable substantive and procedural law or arbitral regime.