Mark E. Roth is a member of BrownWinick, assisting clients in the areas of corporate and business planning and compliance. He works with both profit and nonprofit entities including political organizations, advocacy groups, and political committees and candidates for public office.
Mark has been involved in numerous state and local ballot measures. He has advised both state and federal candidates for public office on election and campaign finance law, and incorporated and represents as compliance counsel numerous nonprofit charities, social welfare organizations, political organizations, superPACs, traditional PACs, 527 organizations and other political committees and organizations.
Mark joined BrownWinick in 2002 after twenty-six years of working as both an owner of several successful small businesses and in management of a Fortune 100 corporation. With extensive experience, and having personally acquired and sold business interests, he is able to assist his business clients with not only the legal aspects, but also the management aspects of their enterprises. His representation of his clients includes most aspects of their operations, including mergers and acquisitions, capital formation, equity and debt financing, business planning, board of directors operations and duties, shareholder matters, and contract negotiations.
Mark is an alumnus of the 2007-2008 Association of Business and Industry Foundation’s Leadership Iowa class and is also active in community affairs. He currently serves as a board member of the Greater Des Moines Partnership's Regional Business Development Board, the Des Moines Downtown Chamber of Commerce Board, and several charitable organizations including the Dowling/St. Josephs Education Foundation and the Holy Family Intercity Youth Foundation. Mark received his B.S. from the University of Notre Dame, an MBA from the University of Chicago, and his J.D. from Drake University.