Mark Kurtz focuses on commercial transactions involving mergers and acquisitions, including bankruptcy Section 363 sales and master limited partnership (MLP) asset drop-down transactions; financings, including secured transactions, securitization and structured finance transactions; and cross-border transactions. Mark has substantial experience handling the sale and acquisition of businesses. He also provides advice and legal opinions regarding limited liability companies, limited partnerships, corporations and other Delaware entities in the areas of formation, authority and security issues. Prior to joining the firm’s Business Department, Mark’s practice involved corporate bankruptcy, restructuring and other insolvency-related matters, and he continues to advise clients on bankruptcy-related transactions.
In law school, Mark was an associate editor for the Washington University Global Studies Law Review and worked for the Federal Trade Commission, where he assisted Commissioner Harbour with consumer protection and competition issues.