Trial firm welcomes new pharmaceutical litigation attorney
The law firm of Heninger Garrison Davis is pleased to announce that Mark Ekonen has joined the firm. Mark’s practice focuses on representing individuals in the Black Farmers Discrimination litigation as well as pharmaceutical and medical device litigation. Mark is an Alabama native who has lived all over the southeast. In 2007, Mark graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in History from North Carolina State University, where his senior thesis analyzed the consistent failure of Christianity to find a foothold in Japan, and compared Christianity’s failure in Japan with the success it was able to sustain in South Korea. Following his stint in North Carolina, Mark returned to Alabama where he graduated cum laude from the University of Alabama School of Law in 2010. During his time in law school he was active on the Alabama Law Review as a Notes Editor. Mark completed his formal education in 2011 when he earned his LL.M. in Taxation from the University of Florida Levin College of Law. His Master’s Thesis examined the United States corporate tax code and explored methods to simplify and reform it in order to make it easier to understand and comply with while, at the same time, increasing the amount of corporate tax revenues collected by the Treasury.
To learn more about Mark, please visit the Heninger Garrison Davis website: /attorneys/mark-ekonen/.
“We think Mark has the experience needed to provide valuable assets to our clients, especially in our Black Farmers Discrimination Litigation,” said Lew Garrison, partner of Heninger Garrison Davis, of Ekonen’s move to the firm. Heninger Garrison Davis is headquartered in Birmingham with offices in Atlanta, New Jersey and New York and focuses on Business Litigation, Class Actions and Mass Torts, Intellectual Property and Personal Injury.