Joseph W.

Joseph W. Mark

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As a member of the Trial Section, Joey focuses his practice on civil and commercial litigation. He has experience with all stages of litigation in state and federal courts including drafting and responding to written discovery, taking and defending depositions, drafting and preparing dispositive motions, preparing for and participating in mediation proceedings, and preparing for and participating at trial. Joey has also represented clients in formal arbitration proceedings and before administrative courts.

Before joining Moye White, Joey worked as an associate for a local firm where he focused on professional liability, sports and recreation, product liability, commercial litigation, and personal injury cases. Additionally, Joey clerked for the Honorable Terry Fox on the Colorado Court of Appeals, where he researched and drafted over fifty appellate opinions, both published and unpublished, on a wide array of legal issues affecting Colorado. 

In his spare time, Joey enjoys skiing, cycling, golf, fly-fishing, racquetball, and traveling.

Publications and Articles

Silver Linings Provide Optimistic Future for Litigation Post-Pandemic
​ColoradoBiz, September 2021

Chapter Author
Colorado Causes of Action: Elements, Defenses, Remedies, and Sample Pleadings, “Promissory Estoppel,” 1st Ed. (Steven C. Choquette, ed.)
CBA-CLE, 2019

“Fleury v. Intrawest: A Bittersweet Victory for Expert Inbounds Skiing and Riding Terrain”
14 Law Week Colo. No. 26 at 16, June 2016

United States v. Hatch: The Significance of the Thirteenth Amendment in Contemporary American Jurisprudence
91 Denv. U. L. Rev. 693 (2014)

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