Mark is an associate with Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck. Mark’s practice focuses on representing corporations and trade associations on state legislative issues and assisting his clients in their interaction with Congress and federal agencies. Specifically, Mark advises clients on state and federal lobbying registration and reporting requirements, gift rules, workplace political activity, compliance with the regulatory burdens attached to independent campaign advocacy and direct campaign contributions, and ballot measure advocacy.
Clients include large and small corporations and trade associations, political action committees, candidates for office, issue advocacy groups and contributors. Areas of focus include energy, tax, telecommunications, transportation and health care.
During Mark’s career in government relations, he has effectively represented clients by drafting and ensuring the passage of complex legislation and by stopping or modifying legislation contrary to clients’ interests.