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Mark L.

Clark

Shareholder
Houston, TX

832-786-2047

mclark@pmmlaw.com

832-786-2067

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Mark Clark has successfully provided leadership to his clients in
litigated matters for over 25 years. Corporations and major insurers
have consistently relied on Mark’s trial skills, judgment and tenacity in
the trial and arbitration of their matters. His experience covers energy,
marine, environmental spills and clean up as well as a large spectrum of
litigation in the transportation, construction and commercial arenas.
Mr. Clark also has a broad practice in insurance coverage and
contractual indemnity litigation. He has had the distinction of being the
lead attorney for the Defense in In Re Larry Doiron, Inc. (2018), in
which the U.S. Fifth Circuit dramatically changed maritime rules with
regard to identifying maritime contracts. Mark’s practice is national
with a focus on the Gulf South where he is licensed in Texas,
Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama.

Admission to Practice

Texas, 1994 including all state and federal courts

Louisiana, 2007 including all state and federal courts

Mississippi, 2007 including all state and federal courts

Alabama, 2014 including all state and federal courts

United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit

United States Supreme Court

    MEMBERSHIPS & affiliations
  • State Bars of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama
  • The Network of Trial Law Firms
  • Houston Bar Association
  • Texas Bar Foundation, Fellow
  • Houston Young Lawyers Association, Life Fellow
  • Texas Association of Defense Counsel
  • International Association of Defense Counsel
  • Mariners Club of Houston
Education

South Texas College of Law
Houston, Texas
J.D., 1993

Abilene Christian University
Abilene, Texas
B.A., 1990

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