Mark is a member of the firm's Litigation Practice Team, and chair of the Family Law Team, with more than 20 years' experience in federal and state court jury and non-jury trials, international, federal and state-level arbitrations, and facilitative mediations. Mark was invited to join the Litigation Counsel of America Society in 2011, an honor extended to less than one percent of all attorneys in America.
Mark is a knowledgeable and effective trial attorney for national, state and community banks, private equity holders, and receivers throughout Michigan, and has successfully enforced loan portfolios valued over $100 million in commercial disputes, breach of contract actions, note defaults, guaranty defaults, UCC disputes and loan documentation and workouts.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Mark E. Hills
The National Law Review recognizes Varnum's Family Law Team as a National Law Review Go-To Thought Leader for the firm’s articles addressing family law issues during the COVID-19 pandemic. Addressing questions such as changes in custody arrangements, child support orders during Coronavirus, court proceedings via Zoom, childcare during work at home orders, divorce, and virtual learning during the pandemic, Varnum's Family Law Team’s articles provided NLR readers with critical information during a very challenging time. The following Varnum attorney authors were the most regular and reader favorite family law contributors in 2020: Mark E. Hills, Julia A. Perkins, Shalini Nangia and Erika L. Salerno.