Mark Lammers is a Partner with extensive litigation experience.

Mark has extensive experience in the areas of  business litigation, securities litigation, personal injury/wrongful death, medical and professional malpractice, dangerous products, breach of contract, insurance bad faith/wrongful denial of disability benefits and employment law. His experience in intellectual property law includes prosecuting and defending claims for patent, trademark, copyright infringement, and claims involving breaches of confidentiality agreements.

Mark has litigated in state and federal courts including Arizona Appellate Courts and the Ninth Circuit of the Court of Appeals. He has also litigated many cases before various state agencies and federal regulatory agencies, and tried many cases before arbitration panels including AAA arbitrations, JAMS, and before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA).

Mark started his legal career at the Pima County Attorney’s office, where he prosecuted serious felonies, including serious violent crimes, white-collar crime, and forfeiture litigation. He is currently a special prosecutor for the San Carlos Apache tribe. He also defends individuals accused of serious offenses and white-collar crimes. He has represented State employees and other government officials accused of criminal acts.