Mark Foley is an associate in the firm’s Intellectual Property Litigation and Banking Litigation practice groups. His intellectual property litigation practice focuses on patent, trademark, and trade secret litigation. Mark’s banking litigation practice focuses on defending financial institutions in a broad range of matters, including shareholder derivative actions, lender liability suits, securities disputes, and consumer litigation brought under TILA, FCRA, FDCPA, and RESPA. He is currently representing clients in matters pending in Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Texas, Washington, New York and Puerto Rico.
Mark also routinely defends government entities and actors. Mark was the lead attorney in obtaining dismissal of a $800,000 claim against an Alabama county, and the judgment was recently affirmed by the Alabama Supreme Court. Mark also has been part of teams that obtained dispositive relief for the former Governor of Alabama and a presidential campaign.
Mark is admitted to practice before the USPTO and assists clients in protecting their intellectual property. He obtained Bachelor’s degrees in Biochemistry and Economics from the University of Alabama and received his law degree from Vanderbilt University Law School.