Lawyer profile for USA 2021
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Practice focus is on complex real estate transactions, commercial real estate development and operations with an emphasis on purchases and sales of property, retail and office lease negotiation and administration, multi-party development agreements, dedication of infrastructure projects to governmental authorities, real estate subdivisions, and easements. He has extensive experience in Land Court (Torrens System) matters. Commissioner, Oahu Real Property Tax Advisory Commission, 2017.
Lead counsel on development transactions, purchase and sales transactions, commercial leasing, and infrastructure projects in the City of Kapolei and surrounding region. Recent negotiations include projects involving development budgets ranging from $50 million to $100 million.
Real property practice focuses on complex commercial real estate transactions, all phases of development, including acquisition, entitlement fulfillment, infrastructure planning, construction and dedication of infrastructure, and real estate purchases and sales; retail and office lease negotiation and administration, multi-party development agreements, and subdivisions.
Mark was selected by attorney peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2021 for Real Estate Law; he has been listed since 2011.
Commissioner, Hawai`i Access to Justice Commission (2016 - 2017); Director, Hawai`i State Bar Association (2015 - present)
Georgetown University Law Center, J.D., cum laude; University of Hawaii, B.B.A., with Distinction.