Mark Elliott is a commercial litigator in the firm’s Financial Institutions Regulatory, Enforcement and Litigation Group. His practice focuses on creditors’ rights, director and officer liability, antitrust, bankruptcy, trade secrets and complex contractual disputes. His matters are characterized by their complexity, high financial exposure and sensitivity.
Mark represents a wide client base with a focus on the financial services industry. He regularly represents major financial institutions in complex business litigations. He often represents institutional creditors in high-profile insolvency matters involving fraud and complex defalcations.
Mark also advises clients on antitrust law and related matters, and he assists clients with antitrust compliance programs.
He is the chair of the City of White Plains Board of Ethics (The Journal News, Aug. 18, 2010; Feb. 19, 2011; March 1, 2011; March 26, 2012).