Mark Fischer is a business litigation attorney focusing his practice on representing businesses in breach of contract, payment collection, construction defect, and consumer protection disputes throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Mark also represents local municipalities, property owners, and individuals in zoning and land development, code enforcement, real estate disputes, business transactions, and general civil litigation. Mark’s skills as an attorney center on his ability to represent the client’s best interests while maintaining a constant-eye toward efficiency and resolution.
Mark applies a business-oriented, customer service approach toward litigation. He has developed this mindset over his several years as regional counsel to a multi-national retail company, an experience that has provided Mark a view through the eyes of in-house counsel. He uses this experience to counsel businesses on strategically handling disputes without losing focus on the business’ end goal and its bottom line.
Mark is a studious attorney with an attention to detail. He finds value in the art of cooperation and collaboration with other attorneys to determine the best strategies for effectively handling his cases. He leads by example, both in his work and his personal pursuits, which has made him a productive member of the legal community.
Mark has an intimate knowledge of the Philadelphia area. He grew up in Philadelphia and Lower Bucks County, attended college and law school in Delaware County, and now lives and works in Montgomery County. This knowledge of the area gives Mark a unique understanding of the local communities and the business climate in the Greater Philadelphia area. In addition to his work in Pennsylvania, Mark has significant experience in the New Jersey Courts, in which he completed his judicial clerkship following law school and now handles commercial litigation cases throughout the State.
- Business Law
- Employment Law
- Landlord Tenant
- Real Estate Law
- Construction Law
- Condominium Complexes
- Eminent Domain
- Construction litigation
- Contract Litigation
- Zoning Law
- Land Development Law
- Credit Cards Accepted
- New Jersey
- Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania
- English: Spoken, Written
- High Swartz
- - Current
- • Practice focused primarily in commercial litigation and contract disputes • Work with litigation practice group on complex legal matters • Represent national retailers, local government agencies, construction companies, title insurers, small businesses and individuals
- Nelson, Levine, de Luca & Horst, LLC
- • Handled litigation involving insurance contract and bad faith disputes • Analyzed and interpreted residential and commercial insurance contracts • Investigated complex insurance fraud issues
- Law Clerk to the Honorable Thomas P. Kelly, J.S.C.
- Superior Court of the New Jersey
- Villanova University School of Law
- Widener University
- B.S. | Business Administration
- Honors: Summa Cum Laude
- Super Lawyer
- Super Lawyers
- Montgomery Bar Association
- Chair, Law Reporter Committee
- - Current
- Activities: • Law Reporter Committee, Vice-Chair, 2018 • Law Reporter Committee, Treasurer, 2017 • Leadership Academy, 2016 • Bench Bar Committee, 2014-present
- New Jersey State Bar # 034482004
- - Current
- Pennsylvania State Bar # 94043
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