Mark K. Logan, who is Of Counsel to the firm, has a career that spans more than twenty-five years of practice in Florida and Washington, D.C. For the last seven years, Mark has served as General Counsel for a data analytics and business intelligence company based in Florida. As the chief in-house lawyer for the company, Mark’s work encompassed all aspects of data privacy compliance, labor and employment issues, complex business transaction, including mergers and acquisitions, contract negotiations, public policy advocacy and strategic guidance. Prior to his in-house counsel work, Mark was a founding partner of a premier lobbying and law firm in Tallahassee where his practice included all aspects of legislative and executive branch advocacy and practice before a wide variety of administrative tribunals, circuit court litigation and appellate representation before Florida’s appellate courts and the Florida Supreme Court. Mark also spent a year serving as the Florida Director for Senator Bob Graham’s 2003 Presidential campaign.
In Washington, D.C., Mark served the late Governor and then-United States Senator Lawton Chiles and Senator Jim Sasser as Counsel to the United States Senate Committee on the Budget where he was the principal liaison between the Committee and the full Senate on all procedural elements pertaining to the Graham-Rudman-Hollings Deficit Reduction Act. He also practiced privately in Washington, representing a myriad of trade associations on compliance, environmental and legislative issues. Mr. Logan has received an “AV” rating from Martindale-Hubbell. He received his undergraduate degree in Finance from Emory University and his law degree from the University of Florida.