Mark is a shareholder with the law firm of Butzel Long, practicing in the firm's Detroit office. He has substantial experience in corporate, health care, tax, and exempt organization matters, including corporate and nonprofit governance, business transactions, tax-exempt issues, hospital-physician ventures, and regulatory investigations. He has conducted presentations on a number of topics involving health law, nonprofit organizations, and tax matters, and has been active in numerous bar and professional organizations. He has been recognized in "The Best Lawyers in American (health care law), published by Woodward/White, Inc. for 2013; and has been selected to Michigan Super Lawyers (health care law), published by Thomson Reuters, in 2008-2012.
Mark has long served UCP in various public policy and governmental activities roles, and his efforts include the formation of the Disability Policy Collaboration and co-chairing the DPC steering committee. He previously served on the UCP national board from 1999-2004, received the UCP National Chairperson's Award in 2004, and has served as board member and president of UCP of Metropolitan Detroit, and on many other civic and nonprofit boards.
Mark holds both a J.D. and B.B.A. degree from the University of Michigan. He is admitted to the bars of Michigan, U. S District Court (Eastern District of Michigan), U. S. Court of Appeals (Sixth Circuit) and U.S. Tax Court. He and his wife, Patricia Little, live in Detroit and have two children.