Mark S. Mitchell
Samford University, B.A., 2001
University of Arkansas, J.D., with honors, 2004
Mr. Mitchell’s practice focuses on commercial litigation, with particular emphasis on creditors’ rights and bankruptcy. Mr. Mitchell represents financial institutions in loan workouts, restructurings, foreclosures, and judgment execution. His practice also includes representing parties in all facets of bankruptcy cases, including secured and unsecured lenders, bankruptcy trustees, creditor committees and debtors.
Prior to joining Rogers Towers, Mr. Mitchell was an associate at the law firm of Akerman Senterfitt in Jacksonville, Florida, where he practiced bankruptcy and general creditors' rights law. After graduating law school, Mr. Mitchell served as a law clerk to the Honorable George L. Proctor, United States Bankruptcy Judge for the Middle District of Florida from 2004 through 2006.
- The Florida Bar
- Jacksonville Bankruptcy Bar Association, President, 2011
- Jacksonville Bar Association, Member
- Member, University of Arkansas Law Review, 2003-2004
- Presenter, IMN Florida Bankers Conference, Enforcing Guaranties, February, 2013
- Author, The Florida Bar Journal, Recent Changes to Florida's Wage Garnishment Exemption, November, 2012
- Author, The Florida Bar Newsletter, State-to-State, Taxing Asset Sales in Chapter 11, Spring 2010
- Presenter, Jacksonville Bankruptcy Bar Seminar, Cram-down in Chapter 11 Business and Consumer Cases, October, 2011
- Presenter, MoneyWi$e Week, Bankruptcy and Asset Protection, May, 2012