He serves clients across the country in cases involving defective products, trucking accidents, road construction defects, propane explosions and wrongful death.
Since joining Langdon & Emison in 2011, Mark has obtained substantial results for his clients, including seven-figure verdicts and settlements. He also has published articles on trucking accident litigation and other topics in national and state legal publications.
Mark was promoted to partner in 2017 for his proven leadership within Langdon & Emison and the legal community and for the exceptional legal representation he provides to the firm's clients.
In 2016, Mark was recognized as one of Missouri's top lawyers under 40, with special distinction for his work in personal injury litigation on the Michael Politte wrongful conviction case.
A leader among his peers, Mark serves on multiple boards of legal and nonprofit organizations, including the Midwest Innocence Project, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the investigation, litigation and exoneration of wrongfully convicted men and women. He is also a board member of the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys and the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association’s Young Lawyer’s Section.
Mark graduated from the University of Chicago Law School. Prior to joining Langdon & Emison, he completed a clerkship with the Honorable William Ray Price, the Chief Justice of the Missouri Supreme Court at the time.