Mark R. Mancini,
B. Comm., MBA, LL.B.
Toronto lawyer Mark Mancini joined the Don Mills law firm of Devry, Smith Frank LLP in 2007. Mark’s legal practice has focused heavily in the areas of construction lien and bond litigation, trust claims, municipal and planning law, bankruptcy and insolvency, secured and unsecured debt recovery, and mortgage remedies.
Mark acts for Chartered Banks, Trustees, Receivers, multinational corporations, developers, and contractors, and has appeared before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Commercial List Court, Bankruptcy Court, Construction Lien Court, Court of Appeal for Ontario, and the Ontario Municipal Board. Mark is a member of Law Society of Upper Canada.
Mark is a graduate of the University of Windsor, receiving both a Master of Business Administration (2000), and Bachelor of Laws (2004). Prior to his post-graduate studies, Mark graduated from Ryerson University, receiving a Bachelor of Commerce degree (1998). Mark was called to the Bar in 2005.
Prior to joining Devry Smith Frank LLP, Mark gained experience in commercial and construction litigation with a well-respected Bay Street law firm, and subsequently with a smaller law firm in York Region.
Mark assists clients in some of the following courthouses in the Toronto, York and Peel regions.
Old City Hall Courthouse, 60 Queen Street West, Toronto, Ontario M5H 2M3
Toronto Courthouse, 1911 Eglinton Ave East, Toronto Ontario, M1L 4P4
Richmond Hill Courthouse, 8500 Leslie Street, Suite 395, Richmond Hill, Ontario, L3T 7M8
In his spare time, Mark is an avid hockey player and BMW enthusiast. Mark volunteers his time with the BMW Club of Canada – Trillium Chapter, previously serving on the club’s Board of Directors. Mark also prides himself in his ability to operate a Bobcat, a skill learned while working in the construction industry during his undergraduate studies.
Our law firm is conveniently located at Lawrence and Don Mills and we offer free parking. For further information or assistance with a legal matter please contact Toronto lawyer Mark Mancini.