Mark Koerner, President and founder of The Koerner Law Group, PLLC, has practiced law for over ten years. He received his Juris Doctor and Masters of Law in Information Technology from The John Marshall Law School in Chicago and began his career in Illinois. While in Illinois, Mark litigated many high profile cases in both the state and federal courts of Illinois.
In 2004, Mark returned to his hometown of Haslett, Michigan and joined The Hubbard Law Firm, P.C. where he served as a Shareholder and member of the Executive Committee for a number of years. His desire to more closely meet the needs of his clients in a progressive, cost-effective manner led him to form The Koerner Law Group in 2012, where he currently operates his legal practice.
Over the course of his career, Mark has practiced in numerous areas, representing an array of clients at all levels of the courts. His litigation focus has allowed him to provide exemplary services in a wide variety of areas including: business and corporate law; employment and labor law; transit, drain and municipal law; information technology and privacy law; domestic law; criminal law; and general litigation.
Mark has represented Transit Authorities, Drain Commissioners, municipalities, and counties in matters including flooding litigation, condemnation, ordinance enforcement, and labor disputes.
In addition, Mark has represented businesses of varying size and structure in general corporate law, from formation to contract review to sale of business. Mark has also been involved in commercial litigation and collection.
Because of his experience in a wide variety of legal areas, Mark is frequently requested to present at conferences and seminars on numerous topics. Recently he has presented on a selection of labor and employment topics, including the FLSA, FMLA and job descriptions/hiring issues, as well as on social media policies and best practices.
Mark is licensed to practice in all Michigan courts and has appeared before both the Michigan Court of Appeals and Michigan Supreme Court. He also maintains his license in Illinois. He is a member of the State Bars of Michigan and Illinois, as well as the Ingham County Bar Association. Mark is an active participant in a wide variety of community organizations, including the Capital Area Humane Society, Ele’s Place, Haslett Community Church, and the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
Mark and his wife, Catherine, live in Haslett with their three children and two dogs.