Mark Seelig is a Co-Founder and Managing Partner at MSF and a member of the executive committee. Mr. Seelig is an experienced business lawyer and represents a wide variety of clients located throughout the United States in all aspects of commercial business transactions, from formation and financing through the acquisition, growth, merger or sale of their business interests. Mr. Seelig represents purchasers, sellers, joint venture partners, investors, and majority and minority interest shareholders in numerous transactions. He also assists business owners and high net worth individuals in the preparation and implementation of estate plans. Mr. Seelig’s clients appreciate the real life practical and pragmatic approach he brings to their matters.
In addition, Mr. Seelig has extensive experience representing new media and technology companies. Since 1989, he has personally negotiated over 400 software development, licensing and/distribution deals.
He also founded and acts as the managing partner of a $1.5B real estate business, including several private equity funds, and owns interests in numerous business ventures. With over 28 years of a unique blend of business, litigation and corporate legal experience, Mr. Seelig excels in representing principals during difficult negotiations and achieving a successful conclusion.
Hofstra University School of Law. J.D. (Law Review Editor/Graduation Speaker)
Fordham University. B.A.
State of New York
Southern District of New York
Eastern District of New York
State of California
Central District of California
Mark Seelig was formerly associated with the international law firm of Rogers & Wells (now Clifford Chance) in New York and California.
Mr. Seelig regularly speaks at Entrepreneurship and Real Estate related events.