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Mark’s current work as a litigator includes contractual disputes, property-related disputes, insolvency-related disputes and employment disputes. Some of Mark’s most recent work centres around his media practice including acting for the photographic agency Big Pictures in the landmark David Murray case (‘the JK Rowling case’) which settled finally in 2009.
Mark has been involved with a number of cases with a strong international element including in particular litigants from Israel, France, Greece, and Saudi Arabia.
Mark speaks regularly on a number of litigation-related issues, notably in Tel Aviv, Israel when Mark gave a seminar on mediation in the UK. He is the Secretary of the British Israel Law Association.
Mark spoke in November 2009 on ‘The role of the Paparazzi in the light of recent court rulings’ at a LexisNexis seminar to media specialists. He has also written articles on privacy related matters, notably for Times Online and The Lawyer.
In his early career Mark gave pro bono advice to a law centre in Hackney and also worked at a Citizen’s Advice Bureau in Covent Garden. He continues to conduct a substantial amount of pro bono work for leading UK charities, including Norwood and the Pears Foundation.
Updated: December 2015