Mark is a frequent speaker at events hosted at the Toronto Lawyers Association.
In 2016, Mark presented in New York to the Latin American Council of the New York Bar Association on the topic of International Arbitrations and International Arbitration Agreements.
In November 2016, Mark presented at the firm’s Fall Construction Forum relating to the proposed changes to the Construction Lien Act. Mark was then quoted in the Commercial Daily News in an article entitled “What could adjudication look like under lien act reform,” dated November 30, 2016.
Mark is the co-author of an article entitled “Canadian Court Endorses Power of Arbitrator to Determine Competence-Competence,” which was published in Arbitration News, Volume 20, No. 2, September 2015.
In 2015, Mark presented a Webinar hosted by the CBA entitled “Alternative Billing Arrangements: Is The Billable Hour Dead?”
In 2015, Mark was quoted in an article published by Canadian Lawyer entitled “Billable Hour Morphing into Alternative Arrangements.”
Also in 2015, Mark was quoted in an article published by Canadian Bar Association Magazine entitled “Alternative Fee Arrangements.”
Also in 2015, Mark presented at the firm’s Spring and Fall Construction Law Program.
In 2014, Mark authored an article entitled “Ontario Court of Appeal approves Broad Jurisdiction in Claims of Conspiracy,” which was published in the Toronto Law Journal.
In 2012, Mark was a speaker at the LDC Gas Forum Canada, where he provided regulatory updates from Ontario impacting the Industrial Gas Users Association, and was an instructor at the 2012 EUCI Canadian Electricity Regulation Course.
He is the co-author of an article entitled "The Independence Of Expert Witnesses," which was presented at the 2009 Eastern Regional Conference of The Canadian Institute of Chartered Business Valuators, and was published in the Journal of Business Valuation, 2010, Volume 1.