Mark Dimenna is a trial attorney with extensive first chair and litigation experience. Mark focuses his practice in the areas of commercial and tort litigation, construction, procurement and contract law, general liability, administrative law and government contracts. Working primarily with large entities and businesses, he recognizes the most cost-effective and aggressive strategy early to help eliminate the stress of litigation.
Mark has worked in Baltimore for over a decade and has handled many complex multi-party matters involving construction litigation and other business disputes. His construction practice extends to representing all parties of interest including owners, general contractors, subcontractors and design teams. Mark also has extensive experience representing government owners in administrative settings.
For eight years prior to joining Offit Kurman, Mark worked with the Baltimore City Solicitor’s Office’s Litigation Practice Group. He later practiced law at a boutique construction litigation firm in Baltimore. The combined public and private sector experience gives Mark a unique insight into varied litigation interests, particularly in matters involving the government. Having a variety of experience and strong communication has helped him work effectively with opposing counsel to create the best outcome for his clients.
Mark is a resident of Baltimore City. He is committed to serving his fellow residents by advising and representing small local business owners and protecting the general interests of taxpayers in his role as outside counsel for the City in a number of construction contract disputes.