Mark advises technology and life sciences companies on a broad range of matters, helping them navigate the complexities of company growth. He is known for offering practical guidance, ensuring that his clients receive the support they need to overcome legal and business hurdles.
With a specific emphasis on venture capital financings, corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions and public offerings, Mark's expertise spans across various technologies. He represents companies at all stages of development, from early-stage entrepreneurs seeking guidance on company formation to startups looking for additional funding to public companies in search of strategic acquisitions within the tech sector. Mark's ability to tailor his advice to each client's unique business objectives is enhanced by his deep industry knowledge and understanding of the competitive landscape.
Mark is committed to staying at the forefront of the industry and keeping his clients informed of the latest trends and developments. He is the co-author of Fenwick's VC financings survey, a quarterly analysis that provides valuable insights into venture financings closed by Silicon Valley companies.
Outside of work, Mark maintains strong connections to academia and the community. He earned his undergraduate degree in industrial engineering from Stanford University and remains actively involved in Stanford's entrepreneurial community. Additionally, he dedicated 11 years of service as a board member of the Churchill Club, a renowned Silicon Valley business and technology forum. In his free time, Mark cherishes moments spent with his children, engaging in their hobbies such as running and mountain biking.