Mark Trocinski is an associate in the Memphis office. He joined the firm after spending 4 years in the United States Foreign Service. During his time in the Foreign Service, Mark worked as a program officer in the Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations, as a Watch officer in the Bureau of Intelligence and Research and as a consular officer in the Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs.
Mark served as a consular officer in the United States Embassy in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He adjudicated over 60,000 cases of all types of non-immigrant visas. Additionally, Mark served as the immigrant visa chief for 8 months, adjudicating all immigrant visa cases presented in the consular district of Argentina, including immigrant visa applications arising from work relationships, family relationships, and the diversity lottery. Adjudication of these cases included verifying relationships, verifying the authenticity of certain documents, investigating criminal and medical records, working with the departments of Labor and Homeland Security, and interviewing visa applicants.
Mark also worked as a professor of business law at the American University in Bulgaria and as an adjunct professor at the University of Denver. He also has experience practicing law in the area of mergers and acquisition, corporation law and regulatory approval of medical devices. Mark is fluent in Spanish and enjoys international travel.
Mark worked as a professor of business law at the American University in Bulgaria, and as an adjunct professor at the University of Denver.
His previous practice was at two firms, in Minneapolis, MN, and Madison, WI. In Minneapolis. He practiced in the area of mergers and acquisitions, corporate law, and regulatory approval of medical devices for a little under four years. Mark closed transactions including renewable fuels companies acquiring ethanol and biodiesel facilities, medical practices acquiring other practices without violating Stark anti-kickback or other regulations, and several large asset purchases. In Madison, he worked in corporate law for a little over one year.
Honors & Leadership
Rock County (WI)Voter Protection Project
Vice-Chair, Health Law Practice Group, American Bar Association (Young
Lawyers Division), 2008-2009