Mark N. Berman is a member of Nixon Peabody LLP�s Financial Restructuring & Bankruptcy Practice Group resident in its Boston and New York offices.� In addition to a traditional bankruptcy practice, Mark also supports the Firm�s global finance and public finance practices. He has worked on the bankruptcy related aspects of financings for sports teams and stadiums, toll roads, housing, student loans, energy and manufacturing. He recently filed an amicus brief on behalf of SIFMA in the chapter 9 case of the City of Detroit.Mark is a 1976 graduate of Boston College Law School and a 1973 graduate of Northwestern University.� He is a fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy where he currently serves as Regent of the First Circuit, and has been listed in The Best Lawyers in America since 1989 as well as in America�s Leading Lawyers (Chambers USA) for his proficiency in Bankruptcy Law. He has taught courses on Business Law and Credit Law for the National Association of Credit Management, a course on International Bankruptcy Law at Boston College Law School presented through the American College of Bankruptcy, was a Guberman Fellow at Brandeis University in 2008 and 2009 acting as an instructor for the Introduction to Law class and will be an adjunct professor in the Fall of 2014 at Northeastern University�s D'Amore-McKim School of Business where he will be assisting with an introductory business course titled �Experiential Entrepreneurship.�
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