Mark advises companies providing information technology and transaction processing products and services, with particular knowledge and experience with operators of casinos, Internet gaming websites, and providers of gaming systems, software and/or services – for example, slot machines, gaming central systems, gaming-related software and implementation, operation and maintenance services. Mark’s clients usually are licensed by or contract with domestic or foreign government gaming regulatory bodies. Mark also advises in connection with casino licensing applications, the structuring of gaming-related joint ventures, government procurement processes, and other licensing and corporate governance issues.
Mark’s clients include Fortune 1000 companies with locations throughout the world, start-up enterprises and individuals. He has structured joint ventures to do business in China, Italy, Japan, Russia, South Africa and Taiwan, and he has advised and documented cross-border transactions involving companies in several other foreign jurisdictions.
University of Chicago Law School, J.D.
Yale University, B.A.
U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Massachusetts
U.S. District Court, District of Rhode Island
U.S. District Court, Massachusetts
Chair, Gaming Law Group
Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP
Assistant General Counsel (1990-2000)
Honors & Awards
Best Lawyers of America® (2018) Recognized for Gaming Law