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Mark Stefanini

Mark Stefanini

Partner
T +44 20 3130 3704
F +44 20 3130 8943
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Overview
Mark Stefanini is a partner in Mayer Brown's global Litigation & Dispute Resolution practice and a member of the International Arbitration group. He acts for financial institutions and other large corporations in a wide range of disputes frequently involving a multi-jurisdictional element. He has acted in substantial trials in the Commercial Court and Chancery Division as well as in the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court. He is also experienced in acting for clients before a wide range of arbitral institutions (including the ICC, SCC, LMAA and LCIA).

Mark handles major disputes for clients in a variety of sectors including the financial services, energy, chemicals, technology, publishing, construction, shipping and automotive sectors. He regularly acts in disputes involving complex issues of contractual interpretation, misrepresentation and the existence or scope of tortious duties. He has particular experience in banking disputes, warranty claims, supply chain disputes, shareholder and JV disputes, competition related claims, breach of confidence claims and product liability and safety matters across a range of industries. 

Mark is commercially focussed and is experienced in using mediation and a range of other alternative dispute resolution techniques to provide results for clients at the earliest opportunity. He regularly advises on dispute resolution agreements to be included in cross-border transactions, including transactions involving sovereign entities.

Mark joined Mayer Brown in 2004.
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