Mark Stubbs advises business entity clients on employment law matters including EEOC and non-competition issues. He assists in the organization of business entities, including corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships, and joint ventures. Mark takes a special interest in providing Minority and Woman-Owned Small Businesses with access to sound legal advice, vendor networks, and government programs available to level the playing field and allow them to thrive.
Mark’s personal experience as general counsel and CEO of a rapidly growing Professional Employer Organization uniquely suits him to advise clients with empathy and uncommon perspective into their mergers and acquisitions and HR concerns. His years in state government afford his clients sophisticated legislative analysis and process insights. Mark has represented his local clients in legal matters involving contracts and disputes in Mexico, Ecuador, Chile, India and Israel.
Mark’s real estate practice includes advising individuals and business clients on real estate sales and acquisitions, liens and mortgages, commercial leases, as well as dispute resolution in real estate matters.
Mark D. Stubbs aggressively advocates for his clients interests in all types of business and employment law —organization and business formation planning and documents, contract negotiations and even arbitration. Mark especially enjoys working with Women and Minority-owned Small Businesses, helping them to navigate and make connections within the business community and obtain incentives to ease their path to growth and success.
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