Mark Longfield focuses on media and entertainment law, intellectual property and commercial transactions. Before concentrating mainly on transactional work, Mark litigated cases in federal and state civil and criminal courts. Before joining the Wyoming Bar Association in 2008, Mark began his career as a judicial clerk in the Vermont Supreme Court and then as in-house counsel for the McConnell Companies, a private equity and real estate investment firm in Wilmington Delaware where he managed complex financing arrangements and acquisitions. Combining experience in both transactional law and litigation, Mark offers clients thoughtful solutions and vigorous advocacy.
Mark graduated from Bates College in Lewiston, Maine in 2000 and from Vermont Law School in 2003. He is a member of the New Jersey and Wyoming Bar Associations as well as the Teton County Bar Association, the Sports and Entertainment section of the American Bar Association and the American Intellectual Property Law Association. In 2011, Mark Longfield partnered in the Hub Bicycles, opening a location in Jackson, Wyoming. Mark combines his love of cycling with the law by providing pro bono legal services for the Teton Freedom Riders, a Teton County non-profit dedicated to sustainable trail building and usage.