Mark L. Bryant is the trusted executive counsel of X Jet. Just five years after starting up, Denver-based X Jet was voted number one in the U.S. in 2012, and retained the title in 2013. Mark facilitated the FBO license in Dubai and is currently in the process of doing the same for four other destinations around the globe. His legal expertise has been critical to X Jet’s meteoric rise to the top of the private jet industry. Visit X Jet’s website to learn more about this innovative company.
As chair of law and legislation for the U.S. Taekwondo Union, which is governed by the US Olympic Committee, Mark was able to combine his knowledge of law and his passion for sports. Mark was one of two heads of team to the USA Taekwondo athletes who rose to second place in the 1998 Junior Championship. Mark also served as a voting emissary with the USOC and played a part in taekwondo becoming recognized as an official Olympic sport. With Zen patience and a killer instinct Mark’s clients receive the benefit of having a fourth degree black-belt in their corner. Read more about Mark’s sports background.
Some lawyers put up roadblocks to doing business, but Mark will hurdle those obstacles and get back to work. Over the years Mark has represented many well recognized companies including Belize Natural Energy and Bourget’s Bike Works to name a few. With experience in formation of domestic and international corporations along with trust litigation and trademark registration, there are not many avenues that Mark hasn’t navigated. For more on Mark’s business philosophies please click here.
Mark Esquire has been practicing since 1988 when he graduated from the University of Denver, Strum College of Law. His initial work as an attorney consisted of criminal defense, personal injury, and complex litigation. Mark has built on this foundation to become an internationally recognized legal force with dual citizenship in Italy and the U.S. He has traveled and practiced in Belize, Canada, and Ireland in addition to ad hoc pro vice work in Arizona, California, Florida, Nevada, New York, South Dakota, Wyoming and more.