Certified by the American Bankruptcy Board in business bankruptcy law, Mark Adey focuses his practice on commercial transactions, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights issues. With deep analytical and negotiating skills, Mark simplifies complex matters and understands the key factors necessary to achieve clients’ objectives.
Mark represents debtors and creditors in bankruptcy, loan restructurings, out-of-court workouts and state court litigation, including commercial mortgage and mechanic’s lien foreclosure actions. He advises on UCC matters and represents financial institutions and other lenders with loan documentation and enforcement activities. Mark is regularly retained to deliver third-party legal opinions in financing and corporate transactions.
Clients and colleagues alike appreciate the value Mark’s services bring. His in-depth understanding of the law and dedication result in a cost-effective approach to problem-solving and financial recovery. Known for being an effective advocate, respectful and personable, Mark offers practical solutions to identifying and managing risk.
Mark’s knowledge across a range of industries allows him to effectively assist a diverse clientele in achieving their business objectives and financial imperatives, and in overcoming challenging issues while incorporating their perspective and underlying commercial drivers. Focused and experienced, Mark delivers the diplomacy needed to negotiate effective solutions, even when such scenarios appear to be at a standstill.
Mark has prepared and presented numerous seminars focusing on bankruptcy, contract and commercial law sponsored by the Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum and the St. Joseph County Bar Association.