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About Mark

Mark Wulfe focuses his practice on complex commercial disputes, including federal and state court litigation and international and domestic arbitration. He has litigated cases ranging from trademark infringement claims  to oil and gas royalty class actions and qui tam suits under the False Claims Act. He has assisted clients in preparing appellate in state and federal courts, including before the United States Supreme Court. Mark’s trial experience includes obtaining a full-defense jury verdict in a premises liability case in Harris County District Court. Mark also devotes substantial energy to pro bono initiatives, working on a team that secured, on the morning of trial, a substantial settlement for a state prison inmate injured by correctional officers.

Prior to joining Bracewell, Mark worked as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Nancy K. Johnson of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas.


Recent Notable Matters

Pharmaceutical company — multinational pharmaceutical company in an International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) arbitration concerning alleged breaches of a license agreement

Insurance company — global insurance company in a coverage dispute arbitration involving tax and accounting fraud claims.

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. — as administrative agent for the first lien lender group in the Alta Mesa Chapter 11 bankruptcy case

Natixis — as administrative agent for the first lien lender group in the MDC Energy LLC (d/b/a MDC Texas Energy) Chapter 11 bankruptcy case

HTC Corporation — Obtained a complete victory for consumer electronics company HTC in a trademark infringement case in the Eastern District of Virginia. Recently won a ruling entitling HTC to recover $1.5 million in fees based on the exceptional nature of the case.



New York University School of Law,
Cornell University,
cum laude

Bar Admissions

New York






Thomson Reuters
New York Metro Super Lawyers
Rising Star, 2020
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas