Mark Hayes is an environmental lawyer who assists clients with a broad range of regulatory compliance and enforcement issues, as well as permitting requirements at the local, state and federal levels. He represents clients on matters related to air quality, water quality, hazardous and solid waste, and remediation, and regularly counsels clients in managing and allocating environmental risks in commercial transactional matters.
In addition, Mark devotes a portion of his practice to civil litigation with a specific emphasis on matters affecting the energy industry, such as contract and royalty disputes and claims involving environmental contamination and property damage.
Mark graduated with honors from the University of Oklahoma School of Law in 2016. While in law school, he served as assistant articles editor of the Oklahoma Law Review and was the recipient of The Frank and Edna Apser Elkouri Scholarship, a Top Ten Comfort Scholarship, and American Jurisprudence Awards in Property, Legal Research and Writing, and Evidence.
Prior to entering law school, Mark earned his bachelor’s degree from Princeton University in 2013, where he was a four-year letter winner on the varsity football team and earned “All-Ivy” honors as a senior.Download Bio (PDF)
Professional Organizations and Memberships
- Oklahoma Bar Association