Mark H. Scribner - Primmer Piper Eggleston & Cramer PC

Mark H. Scribner

Listed in Best Lawyers since 2011
Phone: 802-864-0880

Mark Scribner concentrates his practice in the areas of financial services, banking, business transactions, real estate and securities law. Mark advises banking and non-banking financial institution clients on a broad range of legal issues, including commercial and consumer lending, financing and investment transactions, and loan restructurings. Mark represents developers, business owners, resorts, manufacturers and securities issuers in connection with economic development projects throughout the United States that rely on foreign investment pursuant to the EB-5 visa program overseen by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service. He also advises a variety of business clients in connection with organizational, financing and transactional issues.

Prior to joining PPEC, Mark was a shareholder in Carroll & Scribner P.C. for over 20 years, after working for almost 6 years as in house counsel for Chittenden Bank (n/k/a Peoples United Bank). Mark is listed among The Best Lawyers in America in the field of Banking and Finance law.

Representative Cases:

  • Haverly v. Kaytek, 169 VT 350 (1999)

Classes/Seminars/Speaking Engagements:

  • Champlain College, Instructor, Business Law, 1990
  • American Institute of Banking, Instructor, Business Law, 1992

Court Admissions:

  • U.S. District Court for the District of Vermont

University of Notre DameBA 1978Vermont Law SchoolJ.D. 1981
Vermont Bar Association (Committee on Interprofessional Relations between Attorneys and BankersChittenden County Bar AssociationLake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce, Leadership ChamplainChamplain Senior CenterCity of Burlington Zoning BoardSpecial Services Transportation Agency

Case History

Notables: — Successfully represented an employer at trial and on appeal to the Vermont Supreme Court that held for the first time that a disgruntled ex-employee could not prevent his testimony in an unemployment compensation hearing from being introduced at trial to support the employer’s claims, notwithstanding the protected confidentiality of such testimony under statute. Haverly v. Kaytek, 169 VT 350 (1999).

Office Location

150 South Champlain Street
P.O. Box 1489
Burlington, VT 05402
United States

Lawyer of the Year Awards

2014 Lawyer of the Year in Banking and Finance Law of the Burlington Metro Area
Mark H. Scribner has earned a Lawyer of the Year award for 2014!

Practice Areas

Banking and Finance Law
Corporate Law