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President of the Collin County Bar Association in 2016-17, Mark Hill is an Equity Partner at Scheef & Stone that practices primarily commercial litigation. Mark has over 15 years of experience in business, construction, trade secret, real estate and employment-related matters in state and federal courts throughout Texas.


Mark has successfully represented corporate and individual clients in both state and federal courts throughout Texas. His practice also includes handling business divorce matters for majority owners and minority investors in private Texas companies, as well as prosecuting and defending claims against fiduciaries (officers/directors) including breach of fiduciary duty and shareholder derivative claims. Mark represents both plaintiffs and defendants in business cases under hourly, contingent and hybrid fee arrangements.

Mark also dedicates a significant portion of his practice to advising and negotiating: Commercial Real Estate Acquisitions and Sales, Business Lending Transactions, Corporate/Partnership Agreements, Construction Contracts and Liens, Commercial Leases, and Corporate Employment Policies.

Mark was President of the Collin County Bar Association for 2016-17.


  • President, Collin County Bar Association (2016-17)
  • Dallas Bar Association, Business Litigation Section
  • Collin County Bar Association, Board of Directors


  • Bachelor of Business Administration, Finance, Texas A&M University, 1999
  • Juris Doctor, St Mary’s University School of Law, 2002


  • Named in “Texas Super Lawyer” list, Thomson Reuters, 2013 – 2021, 2023
  • Named in “Texas Super Lawyer Rising Star” list, Thomson Reuters, 2005, 2012 – 2013
  • AV rated, Martindale-Hubbell

Practice Areas

  • Collections
  • Banking Litigation & Foreclosures
  • Loan Workouts
  • Loan Negotiation & Documentation
  • Regulatory Research
  • Contract Drafting & Negotiation
  • Corporate Entity Disputes
  • Corporate Finance
  • Corporate Governance
  • Corporate Reorganization
  • Direct Selling/ Multi-Level Marketing
  • Entity Selection & Business Formation
  • Joint Ventures & Partnerships
  • Shareholder Disputes
  • Venture Capital Transactions
  • Employment Agreements
  • Employment Litigation
  • Employee Benefits/ERISA
  • Executive Compensation
  • Management Education
  • Non-Competition Covenants
  • Wage and Hour Compliance
  • Banking Litigation & Foreclosures
  • Construction Litigation
  • Computer Fraud & Privacy Litigation
  • Copyright Litigation
  • Cyber Insurance Coverage & Litigation
  • Direct Sales & Regulatory Matters
  • Employment Litigation
  • Insurance Defense
  • Oil & Gas Litigation
  • Product Liability Litigation
  • Professional Liability
  • Real Estate Litigation
  • Securities Fraud Litigation
  • Securities Litigation & Arbitration
  • State & Federal Appeals
  • Transfer Tax and Probate Litigation
  • Trade Secret Litigation
  • Trademark Litigation
  • Real Estate Acquisition and Sales
  • Commercial Leasing/Workouts
  • Commercial Loans & Loan Restructuring
  • Landlord/Tenant Disputes
  • Note Purchases & Sales
  • Real Estate Litigation


  • Frisco Chamber of Commerce – Employment Law Seminar
  • Plano Bar Association – Modern Motion for Summary Judgment Practice
  • Dallas Bar Association – Preservation of Error
  • Collin County Bar Association, Civil Litigation Section – Motion for Summary Judgment Update
  • Denton County Bar Association – Enforcing Judgments in Texas
  • Denton County Bar Association – No Evidence Motion for Summary Judgment Practice
  • Dallas Bar Association, Headnotes – New Standard of Review for Legal Sufficiency of Evidence
  • Frisco Bar Association – Post-Judgment Collection Measures
  • Dallas Bar Association – Civil Practice and Procedure Update


  • State Bar of Texas
  • United States Federal Court, Northern District Court
  • United States Federal Court, Eastern District Court
  • United States Federal Court, Western District Court