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Mark Gordon


555 17th Street, Suite 3200, Denver, CO 80202

Mark has a broad litigation practice with an emphasis on government and internal investigations, corporate compliance, and complex commercial litigation.

Mark counsels companies and individuals in connection with corporate investigations, enforcement proceedings, and white collar and civil matters. He has represented clients before Congress, the DOJ, SEC, FINRA, U.S. Attorney’s offices, securities exchanges, and other federal and state regulators. Mark also has extensive experience in parallel proceedings, including cross-border investigations, civil and criminal litigation, and inquiries by state attorneys general.

In addition to his white collar practice, Mark handles a wide variety of general litigation, arbitration and appellate matters, including employment, commercial, and contract disputes. He has helped clients navigate issues involving the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, False Claims Act, insider trading and securities fraud, privacy and cybersecurity, internal-controls reviews, and general corporate governance.

Before joining Holland & Hart, Mark was a Senior Associate at WilmerHale in New York, where he focused on government and internal investigations. In this role, Mark regularly counseled global financial institutions, Fortune 500 companies, and C-suite executives in connection with enforcement actions and congressional investigations. Before law school, Mark worked in the United States Senate for U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen.


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