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Mark V. Breaugh

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Mark Breaugh is an associate in the firm’s litigation and disputes practice group. His practice focuses on business litigation, business and real estate law, commercial transactions, and corporate and shareholder litigation.

A graduate of the Wayne State University School of Law, Mr. Breaugh served as vice-chancellor of WSU’s nationally acclaimed Moot Court program. The program features bi-annual appellate advocacy competitions, and intensive training in legal research, writing, and oral advocacy.

Along with serving as an intern for Judge David Law at 52-1 District Court in Novi, Mr. Breaugh has professional experience representing healthcare clients with business matters. He is also experienced in criminal law.

Mr. Breaugh earned undergraduate degrees in psychology and philosophy from Albion College, where he played on the school’s soccer team. He enjoys golf in his free time.

Bar Admissions

  • Michigan, 2020

Education

  • Wayne State University School of Law, Detroit, Michigan
    J.D., 2020
  • Albion College, Albion, Michigan
    B.A., 2017
    Psychology and Philosophy

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • State Bar of Michigan

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Press Room

Feb
2
O’Reilly Rancilio is pleased to announce that Jim Sarconi, an equity shareholder, has joined the firm’s Board of Directors and Keith Jablonski is now an equity s… Read More
Jan
20
Mark Breaugh joined the O’Reilly Rancilio legal team as an associate on Jan. 18, 2021. Mr. Breaugh is part of the firm’s litigation and disputes practice group.… Read More
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Feb
21
You may not think you have digital assets, but if you’re like most Americans, you’re likely spending considerably more time online and on devices such as compute… Read More
Feb
10
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer recently signed Senate Bill 464 into law, creating the Financial Exploitation Prevention Act. The law requires that financial institutions, inc… Read More
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