Mark Konrad's Arizona, Colorado and Nevada practice is concentrated in commercial litigation with significant experience in financial services, corporate governance, technology matters and real property and construction disputes. His financial services experience includes complex contract disputes, commercial loan defaults, guarantor litigation, fraud, receiverships, and adversary and related litigation arising from complex commercial bankruptcies. Mark’s corporate governance experience includes shareholder disputes, corporate buyouts, breach of fiduciary duty claims, and LLC governance and dissolution. Mark's technology experience includes fintech and blockchain technology issues as well as technology company-related litigation. Mark’s real property and construction experience includes commercial lease disputes, development agreements and related litigation, boundary disputes, governmental procurement of construction and construction project litigation.
Lead litigation attorney for approximately 100-150 state court receivership actions for numerous types of clients and disputes, including those involving national banks, special servicers, real estate developers, investors, LLCs and others in both federal and state courts.
Represented a trucking and logistics service provider in a shareholder dispute relating to meaning and intent of a disputed management and buyout agreement.
Lead trial attorney for court appointed receiver in three-week trial involving declaratory judgment, water, development, contract and real property issues relating to for nine-figure loan for a four-star, 575-room resort hotel.
Litigation counsel for publicly traded hardware and professional services company in nine-figure contract dispute in Federal District Court in Nevada.
Lead litigation attorney for national special servicer in several guaranty litigation matters in Arizona and Nevada.
Trial counsel for Chapter 11 plan confirmations trials for defaulted commercial loans in U.S. Bankruptcy Courts in Arizona and Nevada.
Lead trial and appellate attorney for national bank on tax lien priority dispute before Nevada Supreme Court.
Litigation counsel for large public accounting firm in professional malpractice litigation relating to auditing of publicly traded surety bond company.
Represented shareholders of related real estate investment and property management companies in the buyout of minority shareholders, the division of liabilities and the transfer of real estate assets arising from a dispute in management, accounting issues and the intent and meaning of corporate governance agreements.
University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law (J.D., magna cum laude, 1991)
University of Arizona (B.S., 1988)
American Bar Association
Co-Chair Business Law Section - Financial Services Litigation Subcommittee (2018)
American Inn of Courts, Tucson Chapter
Arizona Builders Alliance, Tucson Chapter
Legal Committee, Chairman (2004-2006)
Federal Bar Association, Tucson Chapter
Executive Committee (2001-2007)
"Fintech Regulatory Cases," § 22.4 of Recent Developments in Business and Corporate Litigation, Author, American Bar Association, Business and Corporate Litigation Committee (2019)