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He is a business litigator with significant jury trial experience. Mark also works with the firm’s BullDox team in counseling clients in litigation holds and ESI matters.
A member of the Sedona Conference (WG1-E-Discovery, WG6-International EIectronic Information Management, & WG11-Data Security and Privacy Liablity), the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS) and the firm’s BullDox e-discovery team, Henriques understands the complex legal and cost issues surrounding e-discovery, litigation holds and ESI collection, processing, review and production. As an experienced e-discovery lawyer, he understands how the correct technology (whether in-house or hosted externally with a vendor) can save money and find the “hot” documents that are outcome determinative.
Mark's strength lies in his ability to quickly focus on key issues and then develop a comprehensive strategy to win the case through discovery, mediation/negotiation, motions practice and trial. His organized, engaging presentation skills allow him to explain even the most complex or technical factual patterns to a mediator, arbitrator, judge or jury. Mark's clients include leaders in education, banking, consumer finance, retail, pharmaceuticals, health care, information technology, construction and real estate. Mark helps his clients solve the “better, faster, cheaper” challenge. Mark’s combination of trial and e-discovery experience make him a frequent choice to serve as local counsel to clients and Lex Mundi affiliates world wide.
Co-author, “Purging the Cloud: Data Destruction in the Age of Cloud Computing” (2014)
“Cloud Computing and Jurisdiction,” Sedona Conference (2013)
Co-author, "When Projects Fail: A Milestone Model for Allocating Development Costs," North Carolina Bar Association E-Newsletter, The Litigator: The Official Publication of the Litigation Section, Volume 27, Number 1, October 2006
Fourth Circuit Review Advisory Board, Commercial Law
“Desuetude and Declaratory Judgment: A New Attack on Obsolete Laws,” Virginia Law Review, August, 1990
“Data Management, Records Retention, Destruction Considerations and Legal Holds” (2014)
“Winning Contract Disputes: Tips for Drafting, Negotiating and Litigating Contracts” (2014)
“What Civil Court Judges Want you to Know” (2014)
“E-Discovery and Document Retention for School Attorneys” (2014)
“Making your Electronic Evidence Usable in the Courtroom” (2013)
“Handling Social Media, Email, Video and other Electronically Stored Information”(2013)
Lecturer, “E-Discovery and the Cloud, UNCC Cloud Computing Symposium” (2012)
“Teachers and Social Network Sites: The Importance of Implementing an Effective Social Networking Policy” (2011)
"Social Networking - Permissible Restriction on Employee Speech in Cyberspace" (2011)
"Discovery and Social Networking Sites" (2011)
"Managing Costs and Risks in E-Discovery" (2010)
Construction Disputes and Contracting
Education and School Law
Bulldox: Documents and E-Discovery Review
Employee Defection and Recruitment
Prior Legal Experience
Judicial Clerkship, The Honorable Richard L. Williams, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond, VA, 1990-91; Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, 1991 – present.
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