Mark is senior litigation counsel with an active civil, administrative, and regulatory practice focusing on forestry and commercial matters. He heads the forestry group at Hunter Litigation Chambers and appears regularly as counsel before the Forest Appeals Commission, the British Columbia courts, the Supreme Court of Canada, and in arbitrations and mediations. He advises and represents individuals, licensees, and contractors in forestry matters, including opportunities to be heard in regulatory matters, stumpage appeals, contractor disputes, professional discipline proceedings, and compensation claims. Mark’s commercial practice includes cases involving negligence, fiduciary duty, shareholder, contract, and property disputes. Mark is a graduate of the University of British Columbia (BSc), York University (MES), and Osgoode Hall Law School (LLB). He regularly contributes to the Continuing Legal Education Society of BC and The Advocates’ Society. Among other things, Mark has been recognized as a "well-respected litigator with strong experience in the forest sector" by Chambers Canada, a "Litigation Star" by Benchmark Canada, by Best Lawyers in three practice areas, and maintains the AV-Preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell. Mark was called to the British Columbia Bar in 2000.