Mark joined Schweet Linde & Coulson, PLLC as Of Counsel in September 2017 after having been a member of the firm of Eisenhower & Carlson, PLLC for over 25 years in its Seattle and Tacoma offices. Mark served on such firm’s executive committee and as managing member of its Seattle office. Mark joined Schweet Linde & Coulson, PLLC to supplement the firm’s creditors’ rights, foreclosure and workout practices and provide commercial transaction services and advice to its clients.
Mark has represented numerous financial institutions, including national and regional banks and finance companies, and he has extensive experience in creditors’ rights, commercial and residential foreclosures, federal bankruptcy law, loan workouts, and commercial and construction loan documentation. Mark additionally represents clients in connection with banking, commercial and real estate transactions, including the sale and purchase of real property and businesses and the formation and incorporation of limited liability companies, corporations and partnerships. Mark has also represented landlords and tenants with regard to the negotiation and enforcement of real property leases.
Mark has represented state court receivers involving their operation and management of businesses and real property developments and has represented creditors in receivership proceedings. In addition, Mark provides estate planning services and handles probate matters for his clients.
Mark received his B.A. degree in Political Science from the State University of New York at Plattsburgh, his J.D. degree from Gonzaga University School of Law and an LLM in Taxation degree from Boston University School of Law. He has been a speaker at seminars involving creditors’ rights and foreclosure law attended by executives and officers of banks and credit unions. He is a member of the Washington State and King County Bar Associations and has been given an AV peer review rating by Martindale-Hubbell.