With more than 20 years of experience, Mark Mann has developed a depth of knowledge and keen insight into the intricacies of the real estate, homebuilding and construction industries.  Serving as trusted counsel for national, regional and local Fortune 100 real estate companies, he delivers successful outcomes for clients in a wide range of matters and advises them on day-to-day issues to help them maximize opportunities and minimize risk.

Mark uses his extensive experience with contract law, civil litigation and dispute resolution to skillfully negotiate multi-million dollar contracts and counsel on matters concerning litigation and litigation avoidance, insurance, risk management, contract issues, land development issues, warranty claims, foreclose issues and construction defects.

Presidents, CEOs, CFOs, vice presidents, regional and local managers, and project and production managers appreciate Mark’s diverse skill set, sharp business acumen and even temperament.  Clients frequently credit him for his ability to recognize opportunities and spot potential pitfalls, the latter often resulting in the avoidance of costly litigation.  Mark also serves as outside counsel to a national real estate company and, when necessary, litigates disputes on their behalf throughout the United States.

A native of Montgomery County, Maryland, Mark has deep roots in the community and actively supports local nonprofit organizations.  He currently sits on the Board of Trustees for CaringMatters, a non-medical hospice organization serving children, adults and families facing life-threatening illness and experiencing the death of a loved one, as well as offering post-life grief counseling.  Mark is a long-standing committee member for the Brewer’s Ball, an event 15 years strong that raises hundreds of thousands of dollars for Cystic Fibrosis research.  Mark previously served as the President of the Walter Johnson Crew Club, a self-sustaining and nationally recognized co-ed high school rowing club.  During Mark’s tenure, the number of participating athletes grew by 35 percent, and he transitioned out of the role with the club in its strongest financial position since its inception.