- Bachelor of Laws, University of Canterbury (2014)
- Bachelor of Commerce (Finance and Information Systems), University of Canterbury (2015).
- Member of the Auckland District Law Society
As an emerging commercial solicitor, Mark is innovative and decisive. His clients can count on him to provide pragmatic, reliable, and timely legal advice on a budget.
Mark joined Pitt & Moore in 2016 and has been involved in a wide range of commercial and business matters, including company governance and structuring, financing, securities, commercial property, compliance as well as advising on general company law. Mark enjoys getting his teeth into anything with a technical subject matter, particularly intellectual property matters.
Mark also understands business. With a Finance and Information Systems degree at Canterbury University and a background in insurance litigation and information technology, Mark is focussed on developing strategic, solution-focused commercial outcomes.
Mark’s core areas of practice are Business Structuring, Advice and Commercial Contracts, Intellectual Property, Commercial Property, Development & Leasing.
Mark’s primary practice consists of corporate and commercial law and he provides advice on a wide range of commercial matters.
Since joining Pitt & Moore at the start of 2016, Mark has provided valuable advice and insights to numerous businesses on how they can successfully reach their desired outcomes.Read More about this Practice Area
Mark has advised many clients on commercial property matters throughout the Nelson/Tasman region, with a focus on providing individualised and timely outcomes.
Mark has recently provided advice on numerous commercial property matters including successfully negotiating various industrial property leases, marine farm acquisitions and leasing and perpetual Māori land leases.Read More about this Practice Area
An area of interest to Mark, he has dealt with a number of intellectual property matters and can provide advice on registering trademarks, copyright protection enforcement and other mechanisms available to protect intellectual property.
Mark has recently been involved with successful trade mark applications for several nationally-recognised brands.Read More about this Practice Area