Mark Flores is an experienced litigator that has represented clients in both state and federal courts on criminal and civil matters. He has served as lead counsel at the trial and appellate level on various matters from election contests to the defense of defamation claims to energy lease disputes and others. Mark has also represented clients facing criminal indictments from the initial appearance stage through sentencing as well as witnesses responding to federal subpoenas.
A former federal law clerk for the Honorable Joseph M. Hood in the Eastern District of Kentucky, he is comfortable with the federal civil and criminal process. Mark has also co-authored amicus briefs before the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court of the United States.
Mark has likewise represented media entities facing various issues including open access issues and defamation. He has also produced multiple presentations and articles on these issues throughout his career.
Mark has stayed active in the American Bar Association through his participation in the ABA Section on Litigation and the ABA Forum on Communications Law. Prior to becoming a lawyer, he worked for almost ten years in the broadcast industry as a sports and news reporter for various television and radio stations.
- Kentucky Bar Association Young Lawyers Division Executive Committee Member of the Year, 2014