I strive to provide clients with skillful, cost-effective, and results-driven representation. As an attorney, I am constantly working to improve my skills, to think more strategically, and to excel at what I do.
Mark Chaney focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation matters related to commercial and consumer lending, shipyards and vessel construction, oil and gas exploration, production and pipeline operations, and corporate governance. His work spans a broad range of topics, issues, and proceedings, including out-of-court workout negotiation and documentation for banks and commercial lenders, state and federal court litigation, and bankruptcy.
In his day-to-day work, Mark strives to give his clients a fair and actionable assessment of the issues, facts, and procedural aspects of their matter. This information is what powers decisions, strategy, and ultimately, results.
His work typically also involves helping out-of-state clients understand and navigate Louisiana’s laws and procedures related to creditors’ rights, mortgages, and Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) security interests as well as assisting clients in prioritizing legal issues. A key aspect of the value Mark delivers is making sure that clients pick their battles, and providing the most efficient route to the desired result.