I have represented individuals and businesses as plaintiffs and defendants in state... more
I have represented individuals and businesses as plaintiffs and defendants in state and federal courts as well as various arbitration forums in such diverse areas of law as banking and finance, labor and employment, professional liability, restrictive covenants, sale of goods, securities, trade secrets and trusts and estates. I focus my practice, however, on franchise and dis... view profile
I've been praticing in the Atlanta area since 1985. My focus is real estate and... more
I've been praticing in the Atlanta area since 1985. My focus is real estate and commercial litigation. My client base includes small to medium sized banks and companies. I also represent a varied group of developers, builders, investors and entrepreneurs. I equally enjoy presiding over complex commercial real estate transactions and appearing in the courtroom, typically over matters involving c... view profile
Prior to joining Taylor English, Mark Moeller served as Real Estate Regional Counsel... more
Prior to joining Taylor English, Mark Moeller served as Real Estate Regional Counsel for The Prudential Insurance Company for 13 years and was in private practice with Morris, Manning Martin for 5 years. In addition to acquisition, sale, development, and leasing work at Prudential, Mark was responsible for closing over 200 loans totaling over $2.95 billion over a 10-year period. At Prudential,... view profile
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