Mark Broyles is the supervising partner for the firm’s foreclosure practice. He specializes in creditor’s rights and bankruptcy matters. Mark also handles foreclosure related real estate and title issues.
Mark joined the firm in 1994. Mark is also admitted to practice in Louisiana.
He earned his bachelor’s degrees in Physics and Math from Vanderbilt University and completed his Juris Doctorate at Memphis University. Mark retired from the United States Marine Corps Reserve as a Lieutenant Colonel after service with various units, including the 2nd Marine Division, 6th Marines in Desert Storm.
Mark has written and lectured on various creditor’s rights and bankruptcy topics.
He is admitted to practice in all New York state courts and all four New York federal bankruptcy court jurisdictions.
New York, 1989
J.D., Memphis State University, 1986
- Moot Court Board, member
- Memphis State Law Review, member, 1985–1986; research editor, 1986
B.S., Vanderbilt University, 1979
New York State Bar Association
Monroe County Bar Association
Monroe County Bankruptcy Court Committee, past chair
Louisiana State Bar Association
American Bankruptcy Institute
Other professional experience
Lecturer, bankruptcy and commercial litigation
Lt. Col., U.S.M.C.R., Retired
Other professional highlights
Mr. Broyles is the supervising partner for the firm’s foreclosure practice. The majority of his time is spent handling creditors’ rights issues in foreclosures and commercial litigation in the numerous state and federal bankruptcy courts of New York. Mr. Broyles also represents clients in transactional matters involving the formation, expansion, reorganization and dissolution of closely held corporations.