University of Toledo
1990 - 1993
Mark believes that his success is due in large part to the excellent rapport he has built with IRS and other tax agencies. He and his staff have built a reputation as effective and responsive representatives and this has earned him trust and cooperation from local tax authorities. However, those authorities also know that he and his employees will not hesitate to use every tool at their disposal to diligently represent their clients. There is no hesitation to use all available avenues of appeal, including litigation in US Tax Court and Ohio Appellate Court if necessary.
Because of his success in tax representations, many of Mark's clients return for other legal services. Mark soon found that he needed additional legal staff to handle a range of other legal matters, including business transactions, real estate, estate planning and many other financially relevant legal issues. Because he and his associates have a deep understanding of many economic issues, his firm soon earned the reputation as effective financial problem solvers. This skill set was also well suited to bankruptcy related matters so in 2011 Joshua Driskell joined the firm to head up the bankruptcy and consumer rights division of the firm.
As his practice has grown, Mark spends much of his time meeting and advising new clients and overseeing the work of his excellent staff. He considers himself extremely lucky to have brought together a group of smart, hardworking people who truly care about his clients and work together as team. This approach ensures that all possible avenues of representation are thoroughly explored and the best, most cost-effective plan is implemented.