Mark Foley is a Shareholder with more than 40 years experience meeting the complex business and legal needs of clients ranging from individual business owners to industry trade associations and Global 500 companies.
Mark has successfully tried cases before judges and juries in federal and state courts, represented debtors and creditors in bankruptcy courts throughout the United States, and arbitrated matters before AAA and NASD panels. He has directed and conducted the nationwide defense of recurring product litigation, conducted recalls, and negotiated standards with regulatory agencies. Mark has successfully argued appeals to the Wisconsin Supreme Court and the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Seventh and Eighth Circuits.
Mark has established data privacy, security, SOX whistleblower, and data retention policies and procedures for multinationals operating in dozens of countries; negotiated information technology licenses, and acquisition and development agreements; developed effective product warning and litigation avoidance programs; created software applications to manage and report on litigation; and designed and implemented e-discovery processes. Mark authored the eBook “What Every CEO Needs to Know About Data Security”, part of the Digital Thought Leadership Series.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Mark F. Foley